"Another Day" was U2's first single release, and was released in 1980 following their EPThree, and prior to their debut album, Boy. It was released only in Ireland.

Release[edit source | editbeta]Edit

"Another Day" was produced by Chas deWhalley and U2 at CBS London, December 1979. The single was only released in Ireland and since it did not appear on any album or other CD pressing until the 2008 reissue of Boy, it was long considered a rarity in U2's catalogue. The B-side was an early demo of "Twilight," which was later re-recorded for its appearance on Boy and was regularly played live until 1984.

Live[edit source | editbeta]Edit

The song is known to have been played at six concerts (twice on 11 May 1980, for a total of 7 occasions). Its last known performance was on 27 July 1980 at Leixlip Castle, County KildareIreland.

Track listing[edit source | editbeta]Edit

No. Title Length
1. "Another Day"   3:24
2. "Twilight" (Demo version)
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