|The first new material in the 1990s by U2 was this cover
song of Cole Porter's Night and Day. It was found on the compilation for
AIDS research, Red, Hot and Blue. Although never
commercially released, in the UK and the Netherlands this promotional single
was released by Island. It was numbered on the front cover and limited
to 5000 copies. The front cover also carried the tracklisting and the credits
for the release in the border, as well as the titles of the release.
The promo featured two mixes of Night and Day which were different from
the version found on Red, Hot and Blue. The
Steel String Remix would later appear on the commercial release for One
in 1992. The Twilight remix was the same as the mix called Youth's Remix
on the Out Loud compilation released in 1995
but was listed under a different name. On this release the track
is listed as being 6:16 but in reality it is the same version and is indeed
only 5:22 in length. This has lead to some confusion as to whether
these are the same song or not - they are the same.