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U2 is nearly rapped up with their five-show stop in Chicago. And they gave the crowd a present in the process – “Gloria.”

We’re a band from the north side of Dublin called U2, Bono told the crowd. This is the first time we’ve played this song in about 20 years.

OK, make that about 10 years. But still worth noting – and listening.

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