Comments: As a publicity stunt, U2 play four Thursday night concerts called "The Jingle Balls", based around a theme of Christmas in June. Christmas decorations are set up in McGonagle's for the concerts. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"The only criticism that stung is that the album should have had more of the energy of the musicians and those who inspired it... a bit more anarchy, a bit more punk. We didn't want a pastiche of the era so we put all those 70's and early eighties influence in the juicer and a blend emerged... more like an Irish whiskey than a single malt."
- Bono on Songs of Innocence
did you know
The song 'Even Better Than The Real Thing' is about sex on television and how the media uses sex to sell products. In the video the U2ers are inside a shop, as if they were 'for sale'.