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More about U2.
By the time the band started playing the encores -- Bono got wrapped up dancing with a female volunteer from the audience and apparently forgot to leave the stage -- the group brought the audience to a critical mass. As the band slammed into "Where the Streets Have No Name" straight out of "Pride (In the Name of Love)," the entire place began to levitate. With The Edge strumming an acoustic guitar after the band finally left the stage for the obligatory curtain call, Bono pleaded with God, "Take these shoes and make them fit," on "Yahweh" from the new album. He ended the concert by singing the band's version of the 40th Psalm, "many will see and hear."
If it were not for the grand conceit of this man who introduced himself as "the insufferable little Jesus that I am," U2 would be just another rock band, albeit a very good one. But with Bono thinking he can take his audience somewhere better, and, if only for that moment, make the world a better place, a U2 concert becomes something entirely different.