I was respectful in my response and would appreciate the same. As for what the competition was, I don't know, but I was just pointing out that it clearly had enjoyed some popularity before 9/11 happened. I'm not sure I'd call anything U2 did "cashing in on 9/11." I'd be more inclined to give them credit for having the right songs to help lift people's spirits in a dark time. As I understand it, though, Walk On was the song that seemed to carry on a special meaning after 9/11, but I'd argue that Beautiful Day had an appropriate sentiment.