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The Edge shares U2's secret backstage life with the world!

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The Edge is giving fans a backstage pass to U2's 360 Tour with an exclusive Twitter feed.

The U2 guitarist has been posting amazing bird's-eye photos of the group's tour from right behind the scenes.

It's close-up and personal as the Edge shares what it's like to be part of the world's biggest rock band.

Fans get the red-carpet treatment from the photographs which show Bono, The Edge, Larry and Adam shuttling from stage to stage.

From the giant tunnels underneath the European stadiums to the fleet of cars waiting to whisk the boys away, the snaps make you feel like you're along for the ride.

The Edge shares pictures of himself and Bono relaxing at the band's base in Eze in the South of France, brings us into the band's dressing room, the wardrobes and access to all areas backstage.

He even catches Adam Clayton by surprise in the make-up chair.

The Edge won't be putting any photographers out of business any time soon, but the pictures are fantastic.

For all you "Almost Famous" fans out there, this is the Twitter account for you!

Visit the Twitter page, and let The Edge know IrishCentral sent you! And by the way, don't log on at work ...you will find that hours of your life will disappear clicking through the pictures.

Can't wait to see what he posts when they get Stateside.

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