Performance notes: This show was marred by violence; a small smoke bomb was thrown on stage during the opening band's set, and Bono became frustrated by a fan up the front who was provoking and picking fights with other fans during U2's set.
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what they said
"Always, as a band, we never really liked the heavy sounds that were happening in the mid ‘70s. We were really excited by a lot of the stuff that came through in ’76, ’77, which was when we really started to play together in earnest. Up until then, we listened to the Stones, early ‘60s stuff, but then we got totally captivated by what was going on in New York and London, mainly."
- The Edge, 1986
did you know
Apart from composing both the Windows 98 and Windows XP operating system startup sounds, Brian Eno also composed the Windows 95 startup sound. Instead of recording just one sound, he ended up with 84 sounds at six seconds long each.