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U2 still hasn't found what it's looking for on its latest album, Songs of Experience—a collection of tracks that shamelessly borrows from some of the group's previous output, without recapturing any of its grandeur. Thankfully, Bono and company still excel in the arena, combining cutting-edge stagecraft and setlists that don't shy away from the band's extensive catalog of larger-than-life anthems. Yes, you'll probably have to cringe your way through the Kendrick Lamar-assisted track "American Soul," but gaze into the giant LED screens long enough and you'll surely be rewarded with a rendition of "Sunday Bloody Sunday."