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Old 03-10-2008, 08:27 PM   #661
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I'm not a huge fan of Walk to the Water. I think most of the Joshua Tree session tracks were superior to it. It's a good tune, though.
I think it is Bono's best lyric and the bass and guitar are killer.
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Just imagine what kind of unreleased stuff we get for TUF. How much of that will be better than the songs already there. See I really think the band are terrible at choosing which songs to finish. TUF was a great album and was their most cohesive album but I think when we see the unreleased tracks we'll see how much more it could have been.
Do you think there are a lot? Maybe a lot of instrumentals.... I don't know about anything else, though.
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So, what U2 song are you guys using in your playlists?
I used Elvis Presley & America.
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QFT! The Unforgettable Fire was great.
It's my 2nd favourite U2 album after The Joshua Tree (War is 3rd). I think it would have been my favourite, if it was 12 tracks instead of 10 (with Love Comes Tumbling and The Three Sunrises added).
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I'd better head to my next class, bye for now
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I used Elvis Presley & America.
It is a very good song. I'm interested to see what's bracketing it on your list.
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Axver's Unforgettable Fire list is essentially the whole thing coming together. I think MLK is the only song worth cutting completely.
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Axver's Unforgettable Fire list is essentially the whole thing coming together. I think MLK is the only song worth cutting completely.
Really? I like MLK. I think it would've been a great intro to another track. Too bad it's the album's closer.
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Do you think there are a lot? Maybe a lot of instrumentals.... I don't know about anything else, though.
I think there will be a lot of actual songs. Bono was writing some great lyrics back then and I'm sure was itching to put vocals on most of the tracks.
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Ahh, I used New Year's Day, as it mateches up with a lot of the sounds of the more current bands I put songs on by.
Good call.

Honestly, the first two tracks I came up with in planning were Zooropa and this matching song. Originally that was my opening. It's shifted a little bit: now Zooropa opens Side B of my first disc.
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So, what U2 song are you guys using in your playlists?
Country Feedback by REM segues into Staring At The Sun in mine.
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Really? I like MLK. I think it would've been a great intro to another track. Too bad it's the album's closer.
It's pointless as its own track. I think they should have saved it, and used it as a live intro like they use The Cry.
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It is a very good song. I'm interested to see what's bracketing it on your list.
It is early but right now it is in between Reel Around The Fountain by The Smiths and Marry Me by St. Vincent.
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Do you think it's going to be like Wave of Sorrow and new vocals? Or do you think he recorded the vocals back then?
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