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Old 07-09-2008, 12:05 PM   #166
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I'll agree with you on all of those except Dying Sailor, which just had me in fits of laughter.

Have you heard Treasure? It's easily one of Bono's most passionate vocal performances, just this total stream of consciousness ... so of course, they leave it off War.
No I haven't heard Treasure. And of COURSE they leave it off an album.
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You listened to them all ... after some prodding!

... and I will have listened to that CD by the time you've finished work tomorrow, so there.

No, WinAmp doesn't want to play it. I suspect if I kicked iTunes into life, it'd just demand a password or something. Booo on protected MP3s!
I've prodded you way more than you prodded me.

Wow, that will be impressive. There's like 700MB on there.

Argh, curses. Stupid artists demanding recognition for their copyrights.




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Morning.

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Ah, but I'm going to put it on my external hard drive and play it through my Mac, which doesn't have Internet access at the moment. Would it still work?
Yup, the 'puter just has to be authorised.
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Carlos comes by here too??
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And if U2 EVER did Hawkmoon live....and the version from the Lovetown Tour, my uterus would leave my body and fling itself at Bono - for realz.
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I'm convinced that they should not be allowed to select the songs that go on their albums, nor the order of the selected songs. Every single album has at least one terrible error.
Agreed. It's mind-boggling.
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OMG Carlos.

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I've prodded you way more than you prodded me.

Wow, that will be impressive. There's like 700MB on there.

Argh, curses. Stupid artists demanding recognition for their copyrights.




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Psh, I prodded you plenty back when I sent out all that music!

And OK, I'll have listened to SOME of it.

Heh, hope you aren't too late/tired at work. Goodnight!
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Yup, the 'puter just has to be authorised.
Ah, cool, thanks.

And I shall have to send you Treasure then, it's one of my favourite U2 songs. Other non-album songs in my top 15 are Luminous Times, Spanish Eyes, and Bass Trap. Need any of them?
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I'm convinced that they should not be allowed to select the songs that go on their albums, nor the order of the selected songs. Every single album has at least one terrible error.
Let's see:

Behind = Wild Honey
Bomb = Vertigo, ABOY, Man And A Woman
War = Red Light (at least)
Pop = I'd guess Playboy Mansion
Zooropa = Everything but Zooropa, Lemon, and Numb

*ponders teh other albums*
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Ah, cool, thanks.

And I shall have to send you Treasure then, it's one of my favourite U2 songs. Other non-album songs in my top 15 are Luminous Times, Spanish Eyes, and Bass Trap. Need any of them?
I have all of those, including Treasure, now, thanks to Ali.
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Carlos comes by here too??
I'm just updating the Superthread stats spreadsheet right now, and he's in the top forty Superthread posters!

(You, incidentally, are in the top 45. I'm part of the way through adding Shitlington Crags right now.)
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Let's see:

Behind = Wild Honey
Bomb = Vertigo, ABOY, Man And A Woman
War = Red Light (at least)
Pop = I'd guess Playboy Mansion
Zooropa = Everything but Zooropa, Lemon, and Numb

*ponders teh other albums*
You consider Stay a mistake????


and I don't agree with ABOY either..
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I'm just updating the Superthread stats spreadsheet right now, and he's in the top forty Superthread posters!

(You, incidentally, are in the top 45. I'm part of the way through adding Shitlington Crags right now.)
you actually have all posts in a spreadsheet?

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You consider Stay a mistake????


and I don't agree with ABOY either..
Stay is so good, I forget it's on there. No seriously.

I can take or leave ABOY. not one of my faves.
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