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"I think it's, for us, a real triumph of trying to get to grips with what it to be a rock 'n' roll band playing in a stadium in the turn of the millennium." — Edge, on PopMart



by mario a. martinez

Hi, luckly I do remember more from this show(I reported on a show earlier),when the show went on sale it sold very quickly,but I scored a great single next to the stage.
I was going in to the show tickets were going for a premium ,but I wanted to see the show.The waterboy's finished their set we all waiting for U2 to hit the stage and boy when they started to play the people on the floor rushed the stage.I was luckly to be above the madness in the front of the stage.When they began with I Will Follow the L..B. Arena went into a frenzy,I have never seen at the venue before.The song that made the arena pump their fist has one was Sunday Bloody Sunday and Electric Co. started to play the place was on fire.By this point the floor was a mosh pit of heat and
New Year's Day the place was singing every word to a deafing roar.The last song was Forty and we sang has one, the band walked off one by one.All of us felt very special
that cold Dec. night leaving the arenato go home.

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