"One of the first U2's record I bought was a bootleg from this tour (later I discovered it was Dublin '93) and all the songs sounded completely different from their original versions, and that was astonishing for a 12 years old boy."
"To me this show it's their best ever. And probably the only one I enjoy listening from the first song to the last one. Many highlights, great moments, good sound...
"Make noise, tell the world to f**k off!!""
"I didn't like the album title personally. I wasn't sure how ironic you could be in rock 'n' roll and I suspected that you couldn't be very ironic at all. Calling it Pop carried the wrong message. It wasn't a pop album, it was a modern album, but U2 were still a rock 'n' roll band."
- Paul McGuinness on Pop
did you know
Bono, The Edge, and Larry had joined a religious group in Dublin called "Shalom," which led all three to question the relationship between the Christian faith and the rock and roll lifestyle.