Comments: Setlist is incomplete and the order is unconfirmed. First known performance of A Celebration. I Will Follow is known to have been played twice, once in the main set and again in the encore. The location of the other songs in the set is unknown. An advertisement for the show states that one of the opening acts is called Interview, however a newspaper review states a band called Network joined Standing Waves as an opener. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"After that, I think we were a band. We had actually managed to play in public together without totally disgracing ourselves. It was as if my identity changed. I was no longer the blond kid hanging out in the corridor, I was now the kid in the band."
- Larry on performing for the first time at Mount Temple
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.