Performance notes: Setlist is incomplete; only four songs from the main set are known. A review in Melody Maker gives 11 O'clock Tick Tock as the opener and indicates The Electric Co. closed the main set. It is unknown if I Will Follow was the only encore or if other encore songs were played. Roughly 200 people attend the show but many are media and record company people rather than paying customers. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I'm too busy ranting to get time to listen to myself. I wake up in the morning, I must say, I wake up in the morning with questions that I try to answer over the day, and that's as close as I get."
- Bono on whether he talks to himself sometimes, 2002
did you know
During the recording of 'She's A Mystery To Me', which Bono and The Edge wrote for Roy Orbison, Bono quoted a phrase from 1987 that he would use on With Or Without You during these sessions in 1989 for Orbison's album: 'Sleight of hand'.