"It was like first day in the army, everyone was knocked into shape and telling everyone else what to do. It was Larry's kitchen so he was sort of in charge, but he was only really interested in playing drums, so eventually it winnowed down from four lead guitar players to three, then to two, then Bono started to concentrate fully on vocals so it developed from there."
- The Edge on U2 first meeting in Larry's kitchen, 1983
did you know
U2 have worked on a variety of tracks for films, including the Bond theme 'Goldeneye' (performed by Tina Turner) in 1995, and a remake of the 'Mission: Impossible' soundtrack the following year.