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  1. Listening to U2 to me, lately has felt like going back home to visit and reminiscing on good old times while getting the family back together for new plans and adventures. In this crazy world today, I keep finding comfort, nostalgia, passion, and love in all of the sounds. One of my favorite things about the band is their never ending energy. This was proven by the amazing concert in Berlin for the IE tour. What a gig!! what a setlist, and what a trip it was to travel through all of those decades with Bono, Larry, Adam, and The Edge. I am brand new to this group but definitely look forward to
  2. I'm new to the forum, but have been a subscriber since I was 18, and a u2 fan since I was 12. U2's lyrics and music have helped me stay alive and optimistic at various points in my life. I got my dad (and many others) into their music. It's a given in any conversation or gathering that U2 is a safe, happy topic, sure to incite passion in dear old Monica (me). In recent years I've actually tried to disconnect from the band. I felt like a chump. Why? Their music hadn't changed, only gotten better. Their political and charitable activity hadn't changed, only more precise. So why was I fe
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