Performance notes: U2 make a lengthy appearance on Dave Fanning's radio show and it goes down as legendary in the band's folklore. Early in the show, inspired by Iggy Pop's Lust For Life, the band dance wildly and shed their clothes. The appearance is subsequently known as the "In The Nude" interview. It is full of jokes, including two humorous on-air covers by the band. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.Was one of these songs performed outstandingly during this show? Click on the name of the song to mark it as such!
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what they said
"I stopped going to churches and got myself into a different kind of religion. Don't laugh, that's what being in a rock 'n roll band is, not pseudo-religion either.. Show-business is Shamanism: Music is Worship; whether it's worship of women or their designer, the world or its destroyer, whether it comes from the ancient place we call soul or simply the spinal cortex, whether the prayers are on fire with a dumb rage or dove-like desire.. the smoke goes upwards.. to God or something you can replace God with.. usually yourself."
- Bono, 2000
did you know
The song Bad features Bono's highest chest note (a full voice C#).