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Old 03-16-2008, 11:11 PM   #541
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still hate it. race against time =
Race Against Time is what every U2 fan wants to do to Bono during the One speech.
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Hey, don't say bad things about Walk To The Water and Deep In The Heart. Those are beautiful songs.
Walk To The Water is alright. I used to hate it because I'm not so keen on Edge's guitar or some of Bono's talk-singing. I've warmed up to it a bit, it's nice and artistic, but there's much better.

Deep In The Heart just plods and is boring.
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Sending now. Yeah, I'd probably say it's my favourite. Though 29 July 2005, Gothenburg is pretty fuckin' rockin' too.
Actually, just listened to 20 September 2005 now and I'm not so sure I would say it's the best. It finishes really strongly, I love the Break On Through and See Me, Feel Me snippets. But the "is this Wednesday night?" part is ... odd, and not in a good way.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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Old 03-16-2008, 11:14 PM   #544
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Allow me to rank the non-album JT tracks.

1. Spanish Eyes
2. Luminous Times
3. Rise Up
4. Race Against Time
5. Silver And Gold
6. Desert Of Our Love
7. Wave Of Sorrow
8. Walk To The Water
9. Sweetest Thing
10. Deep In The Heart
11. Drunk Chicken/America
I love Larry's drumming in Desert Of Our Love. Wish we saw more of that on the albums.
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Race Against Time is what every U2 fan wants to do to Bono during the One speech.
lol, exactly!!
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Old 03-16-2008, 11:17 PM   #546
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Allow me to rank the non-album JT tracks.

1. Spanish Eyes
2. Luminous Times
3. Rise Up
4. Race Against Time
5. Silver And Gold
6. Desert Of Our Love
7. Wave Of Sorrow
8. Walk To The Water
9. Sweetest Thing
10. Deep In The Heart
11. Drunk Chicken/America
Dude. That's made of pure SuperWin. That's pretty much my exact ratings.
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Hey, Pee Fan, I forget if you said anything on the thread last night my time, but what'd you make of Please from Sarajevo?
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Hey, Pee Fan, I forget if you said anything on the thread last night my time, but what'd you make of Please from Sarajevo?
he said it was awesome. and if not, he should've, cuz it is.
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Hey, Pee Fan, I forget if you said anything on the thread last night my time, but what'd you make of Please from Sarajevo?
It's very good. I think I'd also want to get a 4th leg version to round out my collection.

How are the other songs from that gig? It's interesting to hear Edge try to pick up Bono's vocals.
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Dude. That's made of pure SuperWin. That's pretty much my exact ratings.
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I'm listening to Bass Trap. Stunning.
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It's very good. I think I'd also want to get a 4th leg version to round out my collection.

How are the other songs from that gig? It's interesting to hear Edge try to pick up Bono's vocals.
I never really had an interest in Popmart's fourth leg. I've got nothing from it on the computer.

I think Popmart Sarajevo has the best performances of Mofo, Please, Discotheque, and One ever.
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The Santiago gig is very good from what I've heard of it.
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The Santiago gig is very good from what I've heard of it.
Tel Aviv is my favorite Popmart show. It has the best Miami and HMTMKMKM. It was actually the first bootleg I owned.
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