1. 'Blessed are the Cheesemakers' at Berlin 1 last year.
  2. I'm constantly amused by the intro to ISHFWILF in the Sheffield show for 360, when Bono asks each band member how many O-Levels (high school grades) they got. Adam and Larry somewhat sheepishly confess that they didn't finish school but Edge fires back with "more than you!", a truth which wounds Bono.
  3. ‘There’s some flower children down there I see there,every gig now.Must be all on the internet or something,are ya? I can’t even operate the hoover,man!’ - Roundhay Park,28-8-1997 Popmart ‘Pump it up Georges!’ Said by Bono before Starting At The Sun
  4. Originally posted by Sydney_MIke:I'm constantly amused by the intro to ISHFWILF in the Sheffield show for 360, when Bono asks each band member how many O-Levels (high school grades) they got. Adam and Larry somewhat sheepishly confess that they didn't finish school but Edge fires back with "more than you!", a truth which wounds Bono.



  5. The looks that where exchanged after Bono sai that where priceless.

    One of my favourites of EI tour :

    "I remember the excitement of first playing Belfast in 1979, Queens. We were the not-so-special guests of the great band called Squeeze... We were so excited to be asked to go for a drink with them. We just agreed and then tried to fit 8 people into a blue Lancia. Adam Clayton, ever the gent, got into the boot of the Lancia, with a bottle of wine. Everything was going quite well till we were shut down by every uniform in Belfast 'Out of the vehicle!' An officer shouts. 'What have you got in the boot of your car?' 'What is that sound?' The uniformed men stepped back in amazement - sensing danger I guess - and in truth, ladies in gentlemen, it was something very dangerous, it was Adam Clayton on the drink. He'd been waving at people, round every corner in Belfast!"
  6. Originally posted by mofothethird:[..]



    The looks that where exchanged after Bono sai that where priceless.

    One of my favourites of EI tour :

    "I remember the excitement of first playing Belfast in 1979, Queens. We were the not-so-special guests of the great band called Squeeze... We were so excited to be asked to go for a drink with them. We just agreed and then tried to fit 8 people into a blue Lancia. Adam Clayton, ever the gent, got into the boot of the Lancia, with a bottle of wine. Everything was going quite well till we were shut down by every uniform in Belfast 'Out of the vehicle!' An officer shouts. 'What have you got in the boot of your car?' 'What is that sound?' The uniformed men stepped back in amazement - sensing danger I guess - and in truth, ladies in gentlemen, it was something very dangerous, it was Adam Clayton on the drink. He'd been waving at people, round every corner in Belfast!"
    LOL that Belfast speech was amazing.

    Adam was just like:
  7. Not exactly a sentence but Bono singing Angel Of Harlem impersonating Bob Dylan made me laugh out loud.

  8. Bono's embellishment of Dylan 01 Toronto was hilarious.
  9. Milton Keynes 1985, Bono introducing the next song: "This is Bad".
    The keyboard/synch-backing malfunctions, producing a terrible, out of tune mess of a sound, prompting Bono to add:
    "This is VERY BAD!".
  10. 34:00 - Bono is given a cowboy hat by an audience member, then does an unknown snippet ("the victim of my ehmm..."), then immediately afterwards a girl storms the stage, Greg Carroll tries to catch her, Bono calms him down, the girl goes crazy and jumps to the rear part of the stage, Bono and Greg Carroll play hide&seek with her and Bono ends up hugging her and they end up dancing polka together to the final part of Two Hearts