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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "War In London" - 2 stars
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Very good show. The were some problems at the start of Sunday Bloody sunday and during Tomorrow.Knocking on heaveans door is played with Mike peters form the Alarm and Stuart Adamsin form Big Country. Highlights: I threw a brick, Ekçlectric Co, I fall down and Two hearts beat as one
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"Crumbs From Your Table started with a chord pattern hit on in Hanover Quay studios. Bono and myself finished that one off in France, off our trolleys. It's the only time we've ever successfully written a song with more than a few on board. We're famously bad at that."
- The Edge
did you know
The inspiration for the song Lemon was Bono seeing his mother in some old movies wearing a dress with a yellow tint.