Comments: U2 make a surprise appearance with Baaba Maal at a concert celebrating Island Records' 50th anniversary. Maal departs the stage after One is closed with a snippet of Bob Marley's One Love, and U2 perform Vertigo semi-acoustically by themselves. Bono includes a snippet of Yusuf Islam's Peace Train and later appears again to introduce a live set by Yusuf Islam. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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did you know
Vertigo started out as a song called 'Native Son', which is featured on the iTunes Unreleased And Rare album and now on U2.com's Medium Rare And Remastered collection.