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Old 07-13-2008, 06:55 AM   #766
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Aha... I don't have those...

I do have a video tape with God Part II and Hawkmoon that was on Rage one night. The Rage people who made the captions had no idea what either song was called. I think they called Hawkmoon "I need your love", and God Part II became "I believe in you" ... they couldn't even get the lyric right
I'm sure I have the same thing taped!!! Hell, I even taped the Channel 10 news during Zoo TV where they showed Bono and Edge playing tennis one arvo, Bono in a fetching grey trackie....
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For some reason, Bono has a fixation with NY, rather than Tasmania....
And more specifically, The Titanic
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That would have been awesome. And come on, they played New York in NYC, right??
Hell, they've done all three of Angel Of Harlem, New York, and COBL in NYC, not to mention covering New York, New York ...
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:58 AM   #769
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Holy crap! I just found my UF ticket: Apollo Stadium, 21 Sept 1984, Main Floor, Row B, Seat 16.

$19.90

*goes back to rummaging*
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The cut into Pride is nothing special, but you may find interest in it from a non-musical perspective.
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Go to PLEBA. Go directly to PLEBA. Do not pass go, do not collect $200.
Ian, she didn't listen to you.
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Hell, they've done all three of Angel Of Harlem, New York, and COBL in NYC, not to mention covering New York, New York ...
I'm gonna try and pretend like I didn't see this. I don't like to think about what COBL could possibly be aobut. And if it's a song about New York, it will just die to me a little.
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Was Bono's voice hurting him bad at this show He didn't do the shout during Angel of Harlem "Heart and soooooooooooooooooul"
I think it must have been...



Oooh, I remember Maria McKee! (or however you spell it) ...
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She didn't use her Get Out of PLEBA Free card either.
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Holy crap! I just found my UF ticket: Apollo Stadium, 21 Sept 1984, Main Floor, Row B, Seat 16.

$19.90

*goes back to rummaging*
Damn, I wish you'd gone to the night before too. We have the full set for 21/09/84, but absolutely NOTHING for 20/09/84.
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I think it must have been...



Oooh, I remember Maria McKee! (or however you spell it) ...
Bono's second wife

The queue for the third starts outside
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I have the whole show on this computer, and some of it's on Youtube. Desire and Hawkmoon are completely rad in it. The cut into Pride is nothing special, but you may find interest in it from a non-musical perspective.
Must look that up...
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Damn, I wish you'd gone to the night before too. We have the full set for 21/09/84, but absolutely NOTHING for 20/09/84.
That's just...weird. Have you ever asked the Interference community if they have info
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For some reason, Bono has a fixation with NY, rather than Tasmania....
Can't imagine why, I'm sure Tasmania is prettier.

If they liked NZ (and they did, according to Flanagan), they'd like Tassie too.
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I'm gonna try and pretend like I didn't see this. I don't like to think about what COBL could possibly be aobut. And if it's a song about New York, it will just die to me a little.
Bono's said it's also about London. But it was initially inspired by playing Streets in NYC after 11 September 2001. At least lyrically. The musical origins date back to the Pop sessions.

Going to pretend you didn't read this post too?
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I can't dance...Oh Shit. I can't stop the dance wtf Bono
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