2009-02-08 - Los Angeles, California - Staples Center

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Comments: U2 open the 51st Grammy Awards with the live debut of Get On Your Boots. At the start, Bono shouts "the future needs a big kiss" and a prerecorded intro leads into the song, sampling both the "let me in the sound" passage and Bono singing the melody of The Star Spangled Banner.
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songs per album

  1. No Line On The Horizon (1)

best song performances

  1. Get On Your Boots (5 votes)

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review by DutchU2Fan

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Recording: FM Aerial Broadcast - 5 stars

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Good performance, but you can hear that it's one of the first times they've played it live.

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