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Just the Edge. At the time I was working for MCA Concerts and this was an MCA Venue. 1993 MTV Video Music Awards show. Really cool that year some great bands played. Not sure if a lot of people know but during the commercial breaks the bands usually play a song. Aerosmith played Big Ten Inch, kind of cool.
On with it. Edge came out, sat in a chair and lip sync'd to Numb with video monitors around him.
America was not 100% receptive of Zooropa and the whole military outfits so this went over most people's heads.
5 stars by me, hey it was taped, you cant go wrong here. I think the audio may be "official" or Viacom owns the rights that is why there is no audio here.
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Ugh, mostly industry people and LA trash. Was not U2 show
See it on You Tube. It was a 1 off with just the Edge. Kinda cool to see it live though.
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"It's very much a guitar record. Vertigo, Love and Peace, City of Blinding Lights, All Because of You, all pretty up, rocky tunes. A lot of them are a kick-back to our very early days, so it's like with each year we have gathered a little bit more and this is what we are now."
- Adam Clayton on How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb
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"One" was once voted the 5th most popular song of all time, in a poll conducted by Sony. It is also in #36 in Rolling Stone's "Top 500 Songs of All Time".