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Los Angeles, California
March 5, 1985
TDK SA90 - Unknown Analog Generation
01 - 4th Of July
02 - 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
03 - I Will Follow
04 - Seconds
05 - MLK
06 - The Unforgettable Fire
07 - Wire
08 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
09 - The Cry / Electric Co.
10 - A Sort Of Homecoming
11 - Bad
12 - October
13 - New Year's Day
14 - Pride (In The Name Of Love)
15 - Knocking On Heaven's Door
16 - Gloria
17 - "40" (Cuts Out)
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what they said
"I think they call it the vino verite. I'm not so precious about stuff like that. But the others don't like it very much."
- Bono on the famous 'beach clips', recorded outside his house in France.
did you know
Bono wrote the song 'Out of Control' on his 18th birthday. It is about a feeling of having no control. Nothing changes now that your eighteen and never does. Feeling the pain from his mothers death and having no control over that or anything else.