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Slash gives U2 the thumbs-up
Electric guitar player Slash has given a glowing review to U2's current stage show.
The veteran Irish rock band are currently in the US promoting their latest album No Line on the Horizon.
Writing on his Twitter feed, the Velvet Revolver star and Gibson Les Paul player said: "The U2 production is nothing short of spectacular I must say."
Audiences across the world were given the chance to see the show for themselves at the weekend when a gig was broadcast live on video sharing site YouTube.
Fans in countries as diverse as China, New Zealand and Russia watched the band perform in front of 97,000 people at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in California.
The setlist included hits such as I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Vertigo, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Beautiful Day and One.
U2 also performed several songs from their latest album, including the title track and Get On Your Boots.Posted on 27 Oct 2009 11:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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