Performance notes: Setlist is incomplete. This show was apparently part of a four or six week Tuesday residency at the Baggot Inn but we currently have no evidence of the other shows except the word of DJ Dave Fanning and Paul Cleary (of The Blades). Fanning recalls DJing at a four week residency, while in an interview with Hot Press, Cleary recalls a "now legendary six-week residency". Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I’m very proud of the whole collection, but if I were to single out any one era, I’d have to say [that] The Unforgettable Fire through The Joshua Tree was the most creatively satisfying for us. We really had set our sights on achieving certain goals as a band, creatively in terms of songwriting, in terms of production and sonic experimentation, and took quite a few risks."
- Edge in the U2 era that stands out for him, 1998
did you know
U2 was the first artist that released an album that was already platinum before it's release (The Joshua Tree, 1987).