Yeah, FOTM interviews are funny to read after such a long time because we sometimes ask these very particular questions related to release deadlines or something happening in that particular moment in the U2 camp. These interviews help to put things in perspective
"There was a mad theory at one point in U2's early days that we were so broke we would start a second band that would perform under a different name and play covers, and would actually earn a living that would support U2, who would continue to perform their own material."
- Paul McGuinness
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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.