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Old 10-11-2005, 03:09 PM   #16
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Last night was the loudest a U2 crowd I've heard. The place was on fire.
It really was ridiculous!!! (But in an oh so good way!)...I don't know if it's just because I'm usually in the 400s and you can't feel it up there, but the stadium was shaking in several songs. Most notably Sunday Bloody Sunday. I noticed it here in particular, because I tried taking a picture, since it was so bright for this song, and I couldn't hold the camera still because the floor was shaking so much! I tried a couple of times and eventually gave up. It was really something!
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Old 10-11-2005, 07:09 PM   #17
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Where´re Discotheque, Running To Stand Still, etc

what about playing Sunday Bloody Sunday as Pop Mart version, Edge solo ?

I don´t know, it´s really time for those long time awaited rare performances of Dirty Day, Acrobat, Mofo, etc, etc THAT WOULD BE A REALLY ROCKER SHOW
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Old 10-11-2005, 10:09 PM   #18
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I've never seen Edge more animated - he was jumping around crazy. Awesome show! One of the best i've been to of nearly 40 shows. . .
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I'm glad I'm not alone in saying this is one of the best U2 shows I've ever seen. This was my 56th in 22yrs and it was so good I cried!! A personal ambition to see the band in NYC came good and it really was something special. There was a vibe in the crowd and the band were flying off it - it was amazing.

That's the first time in ages I've seen a truly genuine encore - you could tell 40 was obviously totally unplanned - awesome!

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So, everybody is telling that this show was briliant, fantastic and the best ever, and there is no recording?
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Old 10-16-2005, 09:26 AM   #21
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So, everybody is telling that this show was briliant, fantastic and the best ever, and there is no recording?
It's still pretty early yet, no? It seems there's not a whole lot in the way of boots yet from this leg...well, at least in my half-assed browsing in the past day or so (I was avoiding setlists and hence, boots) until MSG.

I would tend to think something will surface in time.
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Old 10-16-2005, 04:11 PM   #22
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Well what can i say, it was awsome, i thought seeing them on my birthday in birmingham on the elevation tour was fab, then at the home of english rugby in june and then in New York at MSG......life can only get better....i dont think i've ever heard a crowd sing so load. We were up in the 419 and i swear Bono was drowned out at times.
Thank you NY MSG and U2 for and eve i'll never forget.
And just to say as well that from an english ponit of view Keane were great as well, they seemed to go down well.
And does anyone have pics from that night, gutted as i could have got camera in so easily....
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Old 10-16-2005, 06:49 PM   #23
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It's still pretty early yet, no? It seems there's not a whole lot in the way of boots yet from this leg...well, at least in my half-assed browsing in the past day or so (I was avoiding setlists and hence, boots) until MSG.

I would tend to think something will surface in time.
Yes, I didn't mean there should have surfaced something up til now, that's really too early.
But somebody mentioned there was no one recording at all. If I'm not wrong or mixing two threads up.
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Old 10-16-2005, 08:36 PM   #24
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Yes, I didn't mean there should have surfaced something up til now, that's really too early.
But somebody mentioned there was no one recording at all. If I'm not wrong or mixing two threads up.
It's up on eBay, being sold by acerecordings. I've heard some sketchy things about him, and his sample clip from the auction is of Fast Cars from 10/11, so maybe it's just another spliced together scam. Dunno. I hope it (as well as the other shows from this week) shows up!
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OK, so let's wait what comes out in the next weeks.
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