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Old 03-17-2008, 01:03 AM   #811
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Ah, finished just in time to have ice chunks floating in it, eh?
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Now to build up the guts to say it in IQ
I've said it before.

And I've received lashes for it.
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I mean, the song selection was largely crap, the song performances were crap, Bono's vocals were crap, the America lovefest was crap ... I can't think of anything besides Gone and the reappearance of a few lost tracks that wasn't crap!
Has a band's tours ever gone from rock to pop so quickly?
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And i should add, all for personal greed. Tax cuts? Yeah, like the average person will ever see a red cent of them.
JOHN KEY ISN'T THE AVERAGE PERSON?

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Time to die, Daniel.

I mean, the song selection was largely crap, the song performances were crap, Bono's vocals were crap, the America lovefest was crap ... I can't think of anything besides Gone and the reappearance of a few lost tracks that wasn't crap!
Sure. Thats bound to happen if you're going to go through a listen to the whole tour and grab snippets from left right. I guess it appeals to me because thats the period of time when I fell in Love with U2.

Well the Elevation tour was at its end.....but....y'know.
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Woah, the thread came to a screaming halt there.
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Oh, I do enjoy The Fly from Elevation. What do you guys have against it?
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Edge fucking with the guitar tone.
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I really like The Fly from that tour, too. Mainly for the intro and that sliding guitar riff/chord/thing between the intro and the kick into the actual song.
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Oh, I do enjoy The Fly from Elevation. What do you guys have against it?
It's not The Fly from Zoo or Vertigo.

It isn't bad in itself, but compared to other incarnations it is rather bad.
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I really like The Fly from that tour, too. Mainly for the intro and that sliding guitar riff/chord/thing between the intro and the kick into the actual song.
And the solo
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I really like The Fly from that tour, too. Mainly for the intro and that sliding guitar riff/chord/thing between the intro and the kick into the actual song.
The intro is made of Win.
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The intro to Elevation Fly is great, agreed.
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