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Old 11-22-2008, 05:13 PM   #16
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Old 11-22-2008, 08:33 PM   #17
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If this is true, it's cool that Unforgettable Fire would get the same treatment as Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby. I would have assumed it's remaster would be simpler, like the first three albums.
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The Unforgettable Fire + Wide Awake in America
Achtung Baby

would be what I'd say is most likely

But hopefully there'll be a Rattle and Hum remaster, maybe CD+DVD set?
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Old 11-22-2008, 09:27 PM   #19
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Remasters during a new album year? That doesn't make sense. I would think that they would want to focus on the new material and on the tour. They should wait a couple of years when there's nothing going on (like right now).
I thought the same thing at first. BUT, the remasters barely make a drop in the ocean compared to a new album. I could see them releasing remasters in between legs of tour (that is, if they don't have another new studio album coming out in the midst of the tour )
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I thought the same thing at first. BUT, the remasters barely make a drop in the ocean compared to a new album. I could see them releasing remasters in between legs of tour (that is, if they don't have another new studio album coming out in the midst of the tour )
No one cares about the Remasters anyway and they barely sell; so I don't see why they'd be the least bit concerned.
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Old 11-22-2008, 09:41 PM   #21
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The shred of a possibility of a TJT-like release for TUF has made not just my day, but my entire week.
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the funny thing is the sound quality of the rattle and hum dvd is pretty good to me

adam's bass, larry's drumming, sounds really good. mind you i heard them when i plugged the dvd into a super bass subwoofer. the good sound quality of adam and larry is something you wouldnt hear on one of those compact stereo systems or 'radio's :P
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It might be a good idea for the band to figure out what exactly R&H is before proceeding to re-release it.
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Might buy these. I've still not got Boy/October/War or Red Rocks. I'm not in a mad rush, either.
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Super sexy showbag edition of TUF?!

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Super sexy showbag edition of TUF?!

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It would be made of SuperWin.

I will be very excited if this comes to pass.
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Didn't even occur to me that it's a 25th Anniversary thing, either.

Christ, that's a fair while. U2 are fucking Jurassic.
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Unforgettable Fire re-master, that will be special....
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U2 are fucking Jurassic.
Ah, so that's why Ali is a U2 fan.
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What will be on the TUF DVD, if there is one? I hope for the following, all glossy and good sounding:

- What we have of the Dortmund '84 concert, with even more unnecessary and experimental Eighties special effects in between/during songs.
- That documentary from 1985 where U2 play at Croke Park and Bono proposes to a little girl.
- The Making Of documentary, because I don't own a copy of Slane.
- An uncut video of "The Unforgettable Fire" with more pederastic undertones.
- A 36 minute compilation of introductions to Bad by Bono throughout the tour (either no visuals or mute public domain cartoons)
- Self Aid? Please?
- Commentary for all of the above.
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