Performance notes: This is the first sold-out U2 show outside Ireland. Some websites cite a Hot Press article to give this show's setlist as 11 O'clock Tick Tock twice and all of U2:3. The Hot Press article came out in late June 1980 and referred to U2's concert at the Half Moon Club in Putney. U2:3 and 11 O'clock Tick Tock were probably performed at this show, but at present we have no confirmation.
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what they said
"When you've got something that you really believe in, there is no argument. What we tend to find is rather than having songs that you can't argue with, we have verses that you can't argue with. We just start off and you have some great bits and if we can't complete it and make it a finished song and finish the arrangement we put it to one side and we move on. We may go back, and Edge has got his goddess library, and we may reuse it. Nothing goes to waste."
- Larry on album song selections, 2000
did you know
U2 has sold approximately 50.5 million albums in the U.S., according to the RIAA, and upwards of 170 million worldwide.