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Old 10-25-2007, 10:53 PM   #1
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What a way to end a show

Fucking brilliant!!





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That was just amazing...
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That was pretty cool, but it didn't end the show. U2 came back for 40 afterwards.
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Old 10-26-2007, 09:16 AM   #7
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love to see bonos genuine suprise when bruce comes out
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That was awesome.
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That was pretty cool, but it didn't end the show. U2 came back for 40 afterwards.
Of course it ended the show. The rest was the 'encore'.
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Fucking brilliant!!





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YOU ARE SO RIGHT, ON BOTH STATEMENTS.
Words cannot describe the wow factor, here.
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Of course it ended the show. The rest was the 'encore'.
But it was in the first encore itself ...
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Old 10-29-2007, 09:40 AM   #14
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But it was in the first encore itself ...
dude you crack me up .

my point is your post was nitpicking a petty detail, you think i dont know how the sets ran then man? cmon now! For all intents and purposes, it was part of the end of the show. and for maybe 75% of the audience who was there, it would have *seemed like the show was ending there. so those people would have been seriously wowed at that type of ending

anyways whether it was the third song of the first encore or the second song of the 10th encoure really has nothing to do with the sheer beauty of the moment



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wow!! thanks for that head's up gabrielvpx!! i would have loved to see That performance! Definetly Brilliant!!
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I was front row for this show. Couldn't have been any closer. Great memories of a great night, but I was nearly crushed to death by the push of the crowd behind (especially when yer man Bruce came out there). Ah, those carefree days.
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