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U2 - "Get on Your Boots" live at the Grammys (video)

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Monday, Feb 9, 2009

U2 trotted out their latest single “Get On Your Boots” last night at the Grammys. In a performance reminiscent of the Manic Street Preachers, they flashed bits of lyrics on the screen behind them evoking the aesthetics of visual propaganda art accompanying music that the Welsh artists excel in. All this was surrounded by their usual brand of anthemic rock.


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