"Los Angeles was a litany of crises, one problem after another with the record, the movie, with life. I started to feel really homesick. There was nowhere to go, the place shuts at nine o'clock. I borrowed some motorcycles and rode around L.A. on my downtime. I just couldn't cope, I was desperate to leave LA."
- Larry on working in Los Angeles for the recordings of Rattle and Hum
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