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by Mark P.

Monday. Day after show. I had been to the first Dallas show in April. Another in Denver on Nov. 7. I have to say this one was the best of them all. I am a big fan of U2, but I dont think I am being too bias. In Gods Country was really good. Bono and Edge played it and sang it great I had been wanting them to play it for a long time. I thought it would be such a great song considering everything that has happened. Another highlight was Bad/Whos gonna ride your wild horses. Bad was absolutely amazing. Something about 20,000 people singing(screaming)...let it go. Then the intro to Streets started and everyone went nuts. Now i am not a dancer or a singer but i found myself jumping and singing as loud as i could during streets...wow!!! One was great as always...Bono started to get long winded before starting it, but stopped and said it was starting to sound a bit gushy, so he just held up one finger above his head...very powerful statement. The longer version of Peace on earth was very welcomed. And I think the band had a good time, even Larry, he actually came out and shook a few hands after the show. Only one bad thing to be said...Edge had some trouble with the guitar on Bullet, but it really did not take too much away from the song, it just seemed like he was playing a really loud note, that song has such loud and amazing guitar in it anyways.

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