"Difficult to choose one, but the one that still sounds like the first day is Until. Of course, Where the streets have no name is the better U2 song and New year's day still being special for me because it's the first U2 song that I remenber to hear."
what they said
"It’s the paraphernalia of rock ‘n’ roll, that you spent so long avoiding, that I’m now enjoying playing with. It’s like rent-a-cliche; the bigger the cliche I’ll take it. I have to have shades, get me the most ridiculous. If we’re gonna have a limo, make it the longest, ugliest, son-of-a-bitch limo we can find. If we’re gonna have a plane, make it Kitsch Airways. If you thought we were over-the-top in the past, check this out."
- Bono on taking his glasses off on stage, 1992
did you know
"Moment of Surrender", recorded in a single take, is the track that producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois said best represents the band's original album concept of creating "future hymns".