Larry Mullen Jr., the drummer from U2, wishes that the band would dissolve now while it’s at the height of its glory. Larry Mullen Jr. explains: “There will be a time when it’s like, ‘It’s time to go.’ I would like that to be on a high when you’re still achieving as opposed to the curve down. That’ll be sad for me. I think it’ll be a more dignified time to go.” Of course, the drummer does not rule out the possibility of occasional reunions of the whole band… you know, just to keep the flame alive and the bank accounts full: We might come back in five years’ time and may do something together for old times’ sake because we know we’ll want to. That’ll be a beautiful end to a long beautiful career. It can’t go on for ever. It just can’t.” But I don’t think Larry Mullen Jr. is right about it not lasting forever. How can U2 not last forever? They have Bono and he can do anything!