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Old 04-05-2008, 08:29 AM   #406
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It's a fantastic song. The live version of that's in my U2 top ten.
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Hey guys.

I wanted to go to sleep because I caught a cold at about 2am last night while doing karaoke. Real prick of a thing, can't get to sleep with it.
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I might send you David Bowie's Low album is this protected converter works again. Would you be interested?
Sounds good. You've managed to get your computer to work well enough that you can do that?
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Hey guys.

I wanted to go to sleep because I caught a cold at about 2am last night while doing karaoke. Real prick of a thing, can't get to sleep with it.
Oh fun. Hope you shake the cold soon.

And hi!

One of my friends is in Adelaide right now and her description of Adelaide trains is making me jealous.
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I uploaded my whole playlist on it.

Getting Mozilla back really helped.
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You know what's a fucking great Bowie track? 1984.
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It's a fantastic song. The live version of that's in my U2 top ten.
My studio top ten:

1. One Tree Hill
2. The Unforgettable Fire
3. A Sort Of Homecoming
4. Heartland
5. New Year's Day
6. Acrobat
7. Gone
8. Wild Irish Rose
9. Bass Trap
10. Treasure or Spanish Eyes

Streets is normally in there but I'm just not into the studio version so much right now.

My live top ten:

1. One Tree Hill
2. Bad
3. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
4. The Unforgettable Fire
5. Where The Streets Have No Name
6. The Fly
7. Hawkmoon 269
8. A Sort Of Homecoming
9. The Electric Co.
10. God Part II
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I uploaded my whole playlist on it.

Getting Mozilla back really helped.
It's like witnessing humanity advance out of the Stone Age!
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My live top ten:

1. One Tree Hill
2. Bad
3. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
4. The Unforgettable Fire
5. Where The Streets Have No Name
6. The Fly
7. Hawkmoon 269
8. A Sort Of Homecoming
9. The Electric Co.
10. God Part II
Shit, this needs Exit. But none of those ten should be kicked out either. Well:

10. God Part II or Exit

There we go!
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Oh fun. Hope you shake the cold soon.

And hi!

One of my friends is in Adelaide right now and her description of Adelaide trains is making me jealous.
Thanks, I really can't have a day off this week, much as I'd like to.

Hey, she's actually managing to sell Adelaide to you! I'm surprised.
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hey you guys ! im back from the tribute show that wasnt


the fuckers cancelled.


so i hung out at the pub across the road with a couple of batashit crazy fans for a bit and caught a band there.


man this chick was crying liek it was the real deal ...


and she was all like ohh i love boneo so much i have his picture in my purse and i brought my music book with me because i want to meet them and sing with them.

meanwhile im like- uhuh , you know this isnt them right?????





anyway always fun meeting random nutters !
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Hey, she's actually managing to sell Adelaide to you! I'm surprised.
Unlike Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, you lot don't have electrified commuter trains. They sound interesting and I'd love to ride/photograph them.

Plus I hear that as far as freight goes, Adelaide is one of those most diverse places to be in Australia.

See, your city's got SOMETHING going for it. And being over-run by gunzels would have to be better than being over-run by religious nutters.
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My studio top ten:

1. One Tree Hill
2. The Unforgettable Fire
3. A Sort Of Homecoming
4. Heartland
5. New Year's Day
6. Acrobat
7. Gone
8. Wild Irish Rose
9. Bass Trap
10. Treasure or Spanish Eyes

Streets is normally in there but I'm just not into the studio version so much right now.

My live top ten:

1. One Tree Hill
2. Bad
3. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
4. The Unforgettable Fire
5. Where The Streets Have No Name
6. The Fly
7. Hawkmoon 269
8. A Sort Of Homecoming
9. The Electric Co.
10. God Part II
Alright then, mine:

Studio:
1. Bad
2. Acrobat
3. Where the Streets Have No Name (Single Edit)
4. Gone (Best of Mix)
5. Please (Single Edit)
6. The Unforgettable Fire
7. One Tree Hill
8. A Sort of Homecoming
9. Zooropa
10. Pride (In the Name of Love)

Live:
1. Please (Popmart Buenos Aires)
2. The Fly (ZooTV Sydney)
3. Until the End of the World (Vertigo Sao Paulo)
4. Where the Streets Have No Name (Lovetown Dublin)
5. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock (War Red Rocks)
6. Bad (Vertigo Chicago)
7. With or Without You (Joshua Tree Tempe)
8. One Tree Hill (Lovetown Dublin)
9. Kite (Vertigo Sydney)
10. Mofo (Popmart Santiago)
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so i hung out at the pub across the road with a couple of batashit crazy fans for a bit and caught a band there.


man this chick was crying liek it was the real deal ...


and she was all like ohh i love boneo so much i have his picture in my purse and i brought my music book with me because i want to meet them and sing with them.

meanwhile im like- uhuh , you know this isnt them right?????


I hope this person's coming to U2 3D just so we can see her reaction when she realises it's just the band on a movie screen, not a real gig.
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4. Gone (Best of Mix)


It seems some people here are too blinded by their attachment to the original that they cannot even entertain the possibility the New Mix is better.

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6. Bad (Vertigo Chicago)
You've got to be kidding. Any post-1993 performance of Bad cannot even come close to touching the glory of 1987-89 Bad. It's mostly the fault of Bono's vocals. Sure, it's still the definitive live U2 song, but Bad from RAH pisses all over every version from 2001-06 COMBINED.

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7. With or Without You (Joshua Tree Tempe)
That's great, but there's better. Namely those with the Love Will Tear Us Apart snippet. I recommend 30 December 1989, Dublin.
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