Yeah, FOTM interviews are funny to read after such a long time because we sometimes ask these very particular questions related to release deadlines or something happening in that particular moment in the U2 camp. These interviews help to put things in perspective
"A lot of the time I feel like I should put a cap on my head and a sign over my car with "Taxi" written on it. I spend a lot of time ferrying children, including other people's children, to various houses."
- Larry Mullen jr, 2009
did you know
The song 'I Fall Down' is about a girl Bono knew named Julie. She's the daughter of a wealthy lawyer in New York, who ended up moving to ireland and becoming involved in the same bible group U2 were in. She later became involved with Pod, a roadie for U2 at the time, the 'John' in the song.