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"We will do a commercial with Apple for our album, and no money will change hands, which is important, because we have been offered boatloads of money from many other people." — Bono

by Mathias Guiloff

The concert was the best I have seen in my life. Mofo and I will follow were great openers, Gone was abslutely powerful, Even better got us all really rocking, Last night was much better than the studio version. But from Until the end of the world to the end of the concert, was totally awesome. On Until Bono went is there love in the house?, just as BB King did it on lovetown tour. NYD was great as well, Pride was sung by the whole stadium, Still haven't was the best version of this song since the Joshua Tree tour. But what came after was a dream, Bad, sung in a emotional performance by Bono, especially the wide awake part, no falsetto this time. Staring was beautiful, as well as Edge's version of Sunday bloody sunday, Please was very emotive, but Steets was ecstacy for all of us that were there. Discotheque was greatly performed by the band, all of them with the national soccer team shirt. If you Wear was great, the only problem, the girl with Bono was ugly. With or without you went long just like in the 80's, again a dream come true. Afterwards the band really surprised as again, showing the goals from the match that Chile defeated England which took place earlier in the afternoon. HTMKKM, was absolutely rocking, Mysterious ways saw its greatest performance in the tour. Then before One Bono once again returned to the eighties speaking of the dissapeared, and during the song in the "love is a temple" part, he almost went crying. Mothers of the dissapeared was beautifully rearranged, just Edge and Bono, and in the end they went singing El pueblo vencera.

As you see the concert was spectacular, U2 proved that they are still concerned with the matters of the world, and Bono can still sing the wide awake part as he did in the 80's.

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