Performance notes: Setlist is incomplete. The main set is complete, but it is likely the band played an encore of two or three songs. A newspaper review indicates there was a second performance of I Will Follow, which it is safe to assume occurred in the encore, but otherwise the encore is unknown. This show notably features the first of two known performances of Carry Me Home, a rough unreleased U2 song with lyrics consisting almost entirely of "carry me home". Until 2010, when this show's complete main set surfaced, it was believed for years that the gig three days later in London had the sole performance of Carry Me Home. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"Edge is the unsung hero. On a musical level, he's got real insight, but he's not precious about what he does. Even though be might work twice as hard as anybody else, he accepts criticism and is open to discussion because he knows we all want the same thing from the music. I have learnt never to underestimate him."
- Larry on Edge
did you know
The song 'Scarlet' was inspired by a thought in Bono's mind: "does God need salesmen?". The band was also in a minimalist mood that day.