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U2's 360 Stage Crew Feels Its Set-Up Is "Second-Best" To Death Star's Massive Screen

In case you missed it: Over on Unfair Park yesterday, Robert posted U2's official behind-the-scenes video about setting up the stage for Monday night's show at Cowboys Stadium. In it, the crew reveals that it tooks "months of planning" to figure out how to make the stage work in the new stadium. But, more than that, one crew member admits to a serious case of screen envy: "We might have to feel second-best here, actually" he says.

Go watch it for yourself.

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