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1. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
2. I Will Follow
5. The Unforgettable Fire
7. A Sort of Homecoming
10. New Year's Day
11. Pride (In The Name of Love)
12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
As with most Tornado, Beech Martin and KTS releases, the quality is excellent and
artwork is professionally printed.
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what they said
"I think people understand now that I'm not religious, they understand that I'm nearly anti-religion.. when I talk of religion I'm talking about the force that's cut Ireland in two. I'm not religious at all, but I do believe in God very strongly, and I don't believe that we just exploded out of thin air, I can't believe it."
- Bono, 1982
did you know
U2 lost money on the production of the 1997 Sarajevo PopMart show as ticket prices were kept low, an average of $18, which did not cover the cost of the production. Any income generated from radio sales went to War Child.