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Old 03-20-2008, 08:18 AM   #151
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Hello All.....I have one word for you guys...well two actually, actually make it three.

MUSE OWN LIVE!
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NO SHIT, DANIEL.
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Oh man, you know U2 were getting the girls during Lovetown. On 1989-09-23, they start AIWIY. All Bono has to do is sing "you say" and this absolutely insane cheer breaks out, it's just a massive din.
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Old 03-20-2008, 08:23 AM   #154
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They've been hanging out with Phail Collins since, I suppose.

U2. You know, I am sort of excited about the new album, but even if it does turn out to be good, I have noticed that I find Bono's voice - even when he is actually singing 'well' - to have a very grating, whiny layer over it at times nowadays. I might look for an example of what I mean, but I know that it's definitely in Wave of Sorrow. I am genuinely concerned about this.
Clearly. The gig opens with In God's Country --> All Along The Watchtower --> Bullet and it ROCKS SO FUCKING HARD. Wow, what a way to start a concert.

Don't say that with Peterrrrr around! Maybe it's the smoke sound? Actually, I think I'd really enjoy Wave Of Sorrow if it weren't for the ending, which feels too overdone and breathy. I know what you mean, though. Bono's voice today just isn't what it used to be and doesn't leave the same effect. Even something like Smile has a bit of a whiny layer in it that reduces its impact.
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Oh man, you know U2 were getting the girls during Lovetown. On 1989-09-23, they start AIWIY. All Bono has to do is sing "you say" and this absolutely insane cheer breaks out, it's just a massive din.
Ooh, could I have that show? Is it decent quality? Oh yeah, we should figure out that trade thing too. I want to have the stuff around by the start of April.

And Axxo, U2 would not get the girls during Lovetown because they are Moral Sources of inspiration for us CXristians. Plus Bono (pbuh) was Married@!!!! So obviously he wouldnt have had s**x with anyone else!!
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I have three for you:

NO SHIT, DANIEL.
Ohhh but they do. I just watched on our "big" tele with my good computer speakers.....Seriously felt like I was there, and rocking out like never before......man.....You have to get it

The only problem I have with it is some of the camera work, well not so much the camera work, but the way it was edited together......like there's A LOT of crowd shots.....but other than, bloody great dvd
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Geelong just got over the line too.

I think I have at least one tip right this week so far
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Not A muse Fan eh?....I think you either love them or loathe them. Or Just like Time Is Running Out and Starlight.
Got to admit Starlight is the only song on BHAR that I actually find enjoyable in studio form.

Loved Invincible live, though.
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Old 03-20-2008, 08:25 AM   #159
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Geelong just got over the line too.

I think I have at least one tip right this week so far
Me too! Though it ended up surprisingly close.
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Ooh, could I have that show? Is it decent quality? Oh yeah, we should figure out that trade thing too. I want to have the stuff around by the start of April.

And Axxo, U2 would not get the girls during Lovetown because they are Moral Sources of inspiration for us CXristians. Plus Bono (pbuh) was Married@!!!! So obviously he wouldnt have had s**x with anyone else!!
Alas, it's rather unspectacular quality at best. And I only have it in MP3, so that doesn't help much. I have most shows the band's ever done in MP3. And alright, I'll get onto finding those boots. If I don't have it done tomorrow, please yell at me.

And I forgot Bono's the Second Coming of Jeebus. Please forgive me.
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Got to admit Starlight is the only song on BHAR that I actually find enjoyable in studio form.

Loved Invincible live, though.
I love the new direction. And Can't wait for what is to come. Matt's been quoted as to saying basically releasing a few songs here and there , and the good ones make an album.

But Matt says a lot of shit......though he's about 1000% more believable than Bono.

However after watching them at Wembley, I've come to the conclusion I must see them in London on the next tour.
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Geelong just got over the line too.

I think I have at least one tip right this week so far
So Power's bounced back from being pummelled? Final score?
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Clearly. The gig opens with In God's Country --> All Along The Watchtower --> Bullet and it ROCKS SO FUCKING HARD. Wow, what a way to start a concert.

Don't say that with Peterrrrr around! Maybe it's the smoke sound? Actually, I think I'd really enjoy Wave Of Sorrow if it weren't for the ending, which feels too overdone and breathy. I know what you mean, though. Bono's voice today just isn't what it used to be and doesn't leave the same effect. Even something like Smile has a bit of a whiny layer in it that reduces its impact.
Yeah I agree with you on WoS. I mean, maybe it would have worked if he'd recorded his stuff in '86 because his voice was basically sex at that time, but I really can't listen to it otherwise (That said, Desert of Our Love is now one of my top 10 or 15 U2 songs, I think).

Also fuck Peteeeerrrererererrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrppprrerse
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Ohhh but they do. I just watched on our "big" tele with my good computer speakers.....Seriously felt like I was there, and rocking out like never before......man.....You have to get it

The only problem I have with it is some of the camera work, well not so much the camera work, but the way it was edited together......like there's A LOT of crowd shots.....but other than, bloody great dvd
If I buy the DVD, I just have that shitty old TV. Maybe I should come pay you a visit in Shepp?

And I doubt the editing is nearly as bad as a Hamish Hamilton DVD!
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So Power's bounced back from being pummelled? Final score?
15.15 (105) to 14.12 (96).
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