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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"You tell me what to play and I'll play it. You want to play it yourself? Go ahead."
- Adam Clayton while holding out his bass to Bono in respons to his criticisms during the Achtung Baby recordings, 1990.
did you know
Twenty songs were recorded for Zooropa during the sessions, but ultimately 10 were chosen for the final track listing. One piece that was left off the record was "In Cold Blood", which featured somber lyrics written by Bono in response to the Bosnian War and was previewed prior to the album's release.