Comments: On the second day of the Festival Against Racism, Bono and Edge perform One with a local drummer and Jo Shankar on violin. The previous day, Bono was invited to speak and gave a five minute speech. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I thought, what a brilliant song, and how we -- how, well certainly from my point of view, how I screwed it up, how it could have been so much better, potentially so much better."
- Larry Mullen jr. on hearing 'Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses' on the radio
did you know
The song 'The Electric Co.' is about electric convulsion therapy, which was given to mental patients in state hospitals. It happened to a friend of the band so they wrote an angry song about it.