"My second show after years of waiting and growing more obsessed. Waited in line for 19 hours, got a drum stick after Love and Peace, made eye contact and acknowledgment from Adam. It was so surreal. The boys were on it that night."
"I always liked Brian, but it was great to actually sit down in a room where he was fiddling and I was able to sit beside him and fiddle too. So we were fiddling - not with each other, but fiddling nonetheless".
- Larry Mullen jr., 2009, on Brian Eno
U2 were supposed to play three songs at Live Aid - Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bad, and Pride, U2's big hit at the time. Ultimately, U2 just played Sunday Bloody Sunday and a very long version of Bad.