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U2 Live – Stadium-Sized Songs And Even Bigger Performances

U2 became who they are not only by writing monster anthems, but also by having the chops to reach the very last rows of the arenas they fill.


Their shows are very much anchored by Bono, a natural showman whose massive vocals are meant for the stage. It was his impromptu act at Live Aid in 1985 that served as a watershed moment for the band, and these cuts show how they’ve only gotten better with age.

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