Performance notes: Setlist is incomplete and possibly out of order. It is known that despite some audio problems they were called back for two encores, and that the second 11 O'Clock Tick Tock took place in one of them. This venue's name has typically been mis-spelled as "General Woolfe" over the years in U2 fan literature. It actually has only one "o", and derives its name from British Army officer Major General James P. Wolfe. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I'd like to introduce you to my band. On my right here, known to his friends as Reggie the Dog... The Edge. Sitting behind the drum kit, a man who could put Bruce Springsteen out of a job – Larry Mullen Junior. And on my left, a man with a ginormous willy – Adam Clayton!"
- MacPhisto introducing his band members telephoning a taxi in Werchter, 1993
did you know
Three different videoclips were filmed and released for the song 'One'.