Comments: 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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"I would say that Edge seems like someone who wants to be in the band more than ever. Certainly more focused on it as a whole. I think the past two albums have reminded him that U2's strengths – above atmospherics and innovation and all that stuff that he loves – are big melodies and clear thoughts."
- Bono, 2017
did you know
Though the band settled on the album name Pop for the Pop album there were many proposed titles for the album including Discola, Miami, Mi@mi, Novelty Act, Super City Man, YOU2 and Godzilla, went as far as having artwork made for them.