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Old 05-13-2016, 09:16 PM   #16
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I usually get super duper fancy editions, but I just want the DVD and the extras. Is that just the medium fancy version?

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Yeah, there are 2 different DVD versions. A single disc or a double disc.

The Blu-ray has all the extras included.
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I'm (probably) passing on the Radiohead uber fancy douche expensive edition as well as this one this time. I realize I never look at the extra stuff after I get it, and it just ends up being a dust collector with the others. Still looks cool though.
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I can buy Super Deluxe with shirt for ~$190AUD from U2.com proper, or buy Super Deluxe without shirt for $300 from Universal Music AU. Thanks guys.
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I can buy Super Deluxe with shirt for ~$190AUD from U2.com proper, or buy Super Deluxe without shirt for $300 from Universal Music AU. Thanks guys.
Ahaha, well this is a great encouragement to not shop local - or to just torrent it.
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You wouldn't download a T-shirt
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I don't think I've even opened the U2 Go Home dvd I got for Christmas one year.
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I'm (probably) passing on the Radiohead uber fancy douche expensive edition as well as this one this time. I realize I never look at the extra stuff after I get it, and it just ends up being a dust collector with the others. Still looks cool though.
I feel the same way. I never opened the newspaper edition (I guess that was the name) of KoL since it first came. The piece of tape was a cool thing, but realistically, it would be in a drawer or shelf somewhere in the apartment.
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I don't think I've even opened the U2 Go Home dvd I got for Christmas one year.
I've never watched it either. We're bad fans, but still awesome. You guys have no idea how cool both Martha and Joyful are as music fans, they've both seen so many awesome shows and have awesome music stories. So awesome. I saw Radiohead on the In Rainbows tour with both of them and it was so fun it was ridiculous.
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I've never watched it either. We're bad fans, but still awesome. You guys have no idea how cool both Martha and Joyful are as music fans, they've both seen so many awesome shows and have awesome music stories. So awesome. I saw Radiohead on the In Rainbows tour with both of them and it was so fun it was ridiculous.
That was a bunch of fun. I was thinking about the pancakes just the other day.

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I feel the same way. I never opened the newspaper edition (I guess that was the name) of KoL since it first came. The piece of tape was a cool thing, but realistically, it would be in a drawer or shelf somewhere in the apartment.
Yeah, the KOL deluxe edition newspaper was virtually impossible to display. Cool idea, but I don't think I looked at it more than twice.
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I have a sneaking suspicion that the lightbulb usb is just a lightbulb, nothing more...
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ZOMG maybe it's a Zip drive with Songs Of Experience pre-loaded onto it!!!1!!1!!
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ZOMG maybe it's a Zip drive with Songs Of Experience pre-loaded onto it!!!1!!1!!
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