Performance notes: This is the last known concert to feature commercially unreleased pre-Boy songs in the setlist (The Speed Of Life followed by Pete The Chop), though it is possible U2 performed pre-Boy songs during their handful of performances between this concert and the start of the Boy Tour. Pete The Chop can claim the title as the last known unreleased pre-Boy song to be played live. However, as a later version of it known as Treasure (Whatever Happened To Pete The Chop?) was released as New Year's Day's b-side, some may prefer to count The Speed Of Life as the last unreleased pre-Boy song to be played live as no later version was commercially released - at least not until an instrumental version was included on the Boy remaster in 2008. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"Something like Iris, I did myself regret it at the last minute. A few days before the album launched I tried to take the song off the record. We're doing this homage to all these punk bands we loved, and here's this song about missing my mother. How punk rock is that? I panicked, 'Let's take it off.' She died when I was 14, it was September 40 years ago. I realized that the day I was trying to pull it off the album was the same day 40 years ago that she slipped away. That sort of cosmic coincidence gave me encouragement to trust my instincts. You have to be bold enough to be emotionally direct. That's what I learned from John Lennon."
- Bono, 2015
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All of U2, but especially Bono and The Edge, are huge horse racing fans and punters.