Comments: It's the last time The BoDeans support U2, and to commemorate the occasion, Edge comes onstage and jams with them for their closing song. At the end, Larry comes onstage talking into a megaphone; Bono follows him, takes the megaphone, and repeatedly proclaims "The BoDeans, yeah!" View U2's headlining set here. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Sometimes Bono would come offstage in the break and would not have left character. The darkness would still be there with him. Sometimes it was hard for him to shake it off and get into playing the next songs. That darkness has a certain kind of adrenaline."
- The Edge on U2 performing 'Exit' in 1987
did you know
The song 'Do You Feel Loved' is inspired by Naked Funk, it's also mentioned on the album sleeve of the Pop album.