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U2 – Irish Tour 1987 - Soundboard Rarities
WhiteFlag – WF 3
Rights Society: GEMA
Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park, June 27th, 1987
1 Intro / Stand By Me
2 Dave Fanning Intro / Where The Streets Have No Name
3 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
4 Sunday Bloody Sunday
7 Springhill Mining Disaster
8 New Year's Day
9 Pride (In The Name Of Love)
"Old Grey Whistle Test", Belfast, Northern Ireland, Balmoral TV Studios, March 8th, 1987
10 People Get Ready
11 Southern Man
12 Trip Through Your Wires
14 In God's Country
15 Pride (In The Name Of Love)
"Late Late Show", Dublin, Ireland, RTE Studios, March 16th, 1987
16 Springhill Mining Disaster
"Late Late Show", London, England, RTE Studios, December 16th, 1988
17 Happy Christmas (War Is Over)
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"Look, we had a bottle of milk, we wanted to deliver it on the front door of 500 million people - it ended up in some peoples fridges and indeed it ended up on some peoples cornflakes and some people were lactose intolerant"
- Bono on the release of Songs of Innocence
did you know
Bono sung in the 1985 Band Aid, but wasn't allowed to send his voice over through tape to be allowed in the 2005 Band aid 20. He had to fly over and perform for his position.