"The college stations were crucial to U2 becoming known in the American radio world. We were really delighted to discover that there was this network of underground stations that had been playing a lot of music from the U.K. and from Ireland and that people knew about our records through college stations. I think that was a turning point for us. You have some of the most progressive, most interesting radio in the world in the form of college and public stations. To see it as a commercial world is only to see one side of it."
- The Edge, 1998
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U2 had planned to release the material for No Line On The Horizon as two extended plays, titled Daylight and Darkness, but during sessions in London in 2008 decided to compile the best songs onto one album.