Performance notes: During the encore, Bono brings his then-girlfriend (now wife) Alison Stewart on stage. Then, during 11 O'clock Tick Tock, he drags B. P. Fallon on stage as well. U2's appearance is as part of a festival celebrating magazine Hot Press's fifth anniversary, and the other bands that perform are: Big Self, De Danann, Simple Minds, Paul Brady, and Rory Gallagher. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Crumbs from Your Table" is about the relationship between Western countries and developing countries. The verses and chorus address the relationship from the perspective of citizens from the developing world, focusing on the disparity between the long-term socioeconomic planning stressed by the Westand the developing world's immediate need for sustenance.