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Last night, U2 were amazing. The band proved again why they are the world's greatest live act and Bono, the consummate showman, was extraordinary.

25th June, 2005

Last night, U2 were amazing.

The band proved again why they are the world's greatest live act and Bono, the consummate showman, was extraordinary. As usual, he spoke of the poor, the third world and debt. Whether you like that part of his personality or not, is it not better that a rock star uses his fame to focus attention on something meaningful, rather than simply hanging out in his crib, buying Ferraris?

As Bono...

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