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Old 12-27-2005, 07:30 PM   #1
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Live 8 DVD

I just got the Live 8 DVD for Christmas and was saddened to see 'Unchained Melody' after 'One' was cut off

but did any of you laugh your asses off at Chris Martin's yelps at the end of 'In My Place'?

He sounded like a monkey
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When Chris Martin tried to segue 'Rockin all over the world' into one of their songs it was so cringeworthy
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still haven't watched any of the dvd

never got a chance to watch live 8 the day it happened either as i was busy that day moving
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Old 12-27-2005, 11:29 PM   #4
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still haven't watched any of the dvd

never got a chance to watch live 8 the day it happened either as i was busy that day moving
I've only gotten to the end of Coldplay's bit, but his yelpings are comic gold

U2's set was pretty awesome and Bono has an F-bomb edited out in Vertigo
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I've only gotten to the end of Coldplay's bit, but his yelpings are comic gold

U2's set was pretty awesome and Bono has an F-bomb edited out in Vertigo
i don't know if i could listen to coldplay's set

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Cause nothing says pure RAWK AND ROLL more than Status Quo
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Cause nothing says pure RAWK AND ROLL more than Status Quo
mmmm.... I think the point was that Status Quo opened the original Live Aid...there was lots of press in the UK that they should also open Live 8....Chris Martin was meerley nodding in the direction of this methinks....

Anyway cut the U2 vs Coldplay crap - there both great in the own right... (If you have any doubts go see a Coldplay show - )
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I'm not comparing U2 to Coldplay

I'm just talking about my favorite Live 8 moment so far that just has to do with me laughing at Chris Martin
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I have it, and its incredible how they have edited the thing, not tven the "ehen in london its 2 in the afternoon, we welcome the world to LIVE 8"... or the apoteosic entry of Macca and U2...

and if you recorded the show, you can clearly see that some takes in the DVD were not the originals, also the sound is changed... like in Bon Jovi's LIVING ON A PRAYER, when it happened live, the loudest crowd readction was in that song: the OH, LIVING ON A PRAYER were deafening.. and in the DVD, they were rturned down or at least they increased the ritchie/bryan vocals..
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What?! You don't see Macca and U2 enter the stage?
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no... it starts with that "world" thing where you go to london, then some aerial shots and sudenly they start playing... I thought that was the intro, then it happened... "U2 & Paul McCartney" appears and I'm like
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I want to get this, as I didn't get to see much of it, it started at 1am here and I was alseep.

I think I might avoid Elton John and Pete Doherty's version of "Children of the Revolution" though .
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Re: Live 8 DVD

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but did any of you laugh your asses off at Chris Martin's yelps at the end of 'In My Place'?
I laughed until I cried. The least they could have done was edit it out to spare the boy some grief. But I suppose the DVD editors felt it needed some comic relief.

The only performance worth watching again and again on that DVD is Pink Floyd's. It gives me chills. Roger Waters and Dave Gilmour occupying the same stage for the first time since 1981.
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I laughed until I cried. The least they could have done was edit it out to spare the boy some grief. But I suppose the DVD editors felt it needed some comic relief.

The only performance worth watching again and again on that DVD is Pink Floyd's. It gives me chills. Roger Waters and Dave Gilmour occupying the same stage for the first time since 1981.
Hell yeah, "Comfortably Numb" gave me mega chills . Fantastic .
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no... it starts with that "world" thing where you go to london, then some aerial shots and sudenly they start playing... I thought that was the intro, then it happened... "U2 & Paul McCartney" appears and I'm like
That is just idiotic.
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