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Old 11-21-2005, 11:04 AM   #16
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U2 CAN change the setlist constantly... the problem is they don´t want
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and the stage production of the bigger bang tour are much MUCH more complicated than u2's stage production for vertigo... baisicly throwing out the whole "they can't change because of the production" argument.
It's a good thing U2 layed off the "bigger is better" routine with Popmart.
U2 had no problem bringing out the oldies/less played songs back on the last two tours.
Also, do the Stones have tours as heavily themed as U2?
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Anyone suggesting the Stones are somehow better or even on the same level as U2 is simply not able to face reality that the Stones are washed up and, literally, stuck in a time warp as a band and have been for a long time.
the stones' current stage production is way way way way more elaborate and high tech than anything u2 has done since popmart. they put on one HELL of a show... and mick brings more energy to the stage than bono does, despite being 20 years his elder. he does more running around durring one song than bono does for an entire show.

anyone who suggests that U2 have left the stones behind as far as their live performances is simply not able to face reality.

i would certainly rather go to a u2 show than a stones show, but that's just because i love u2 and i merely very much like the stones. but let's not sell the stones short. they still very much bring it in a live setting.
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It's a good thing U2 layed off the "bigger is better" routine with Popmart.
U2 had no problem bringing out the oldies/less played songs back on the last two tours.
Also, do the Stones have tours as heavily themed as U2?
well... their current tour is the bigger bang tour... and there certainly are a ton of explosions throughout the show... but as far as themes within the music? no... and i don't think they ever have had themes when performing.

and on a side note... the stages for the stones and u2 are both designed, and have been for years, by the same person.... mark fisher.

http://www.stufish.com/Gallery.html
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Headache: i would certainly rather go to a u2 show than a stones show, but that's just because i love u2 and i merely very much like the stones. but let's not sell the stones short. they still very much bring it in a live setting.


Agreed 100%
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