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U2 Play An Epic Version of ‘Bad’

Song closed out their show in Pittsburgh

U2 played the second-to-last show of their 360 world tour in Pittsburgh last night. Most shows on the tour have ended with "Moment of Surrender," but fans last night got an awesome bonus when the band huddled after that song and decided to close the show with their 1984 classic "Bad." Bono sprinkled in lyrics from Van Morrison's "In The Garden," Lou Reed's "Walk On The Wild Side" and U2's own "40" at the end of the song. The whole thing lasted nearly nine minutes.

The tour finishes on Saturday night in Moncton, Canada on a bill with Arcade Fire. They've played "Love Will Tear Us Apart" together in the past, so hopefully the two groups have another cool collaboration in the works. 

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