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Old 06-20-2005, 03:31 PM   #31
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I have a choice between Out of time, FOR or Document? hmmm. what to pick
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I have a choice between Out of time, FOR or Document? hmmm. what to pick
Out of Time, hands down.
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REM. Congratulations M4P! I don't care what anyone says of their albums - live they kick arse!!! Stipe and Bono can't really be compared but Stipe is COOL, he doesn't do the Bono "Look at me, please like me" vibe that Bono always has, you can't help but stare at Stipe. *

Stipe's stripe is getting wider and wider. When I saw them in April, it was just a wraparound shades kinda look, by the end of the tour it's gonna cover his head.





*even though I want to have Peter Buck's babies.
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If you're looking for R.E.M. bootlegs, look no further than Murmurs.com's trading section. There are sections there about torrents that are up so you can just peek in and see what's being seeded and you can request seeds if you want. And if you're not a downloader, there are usually people who will do snail mail trades.

And just in case you didn't know, the Dublin show was broadcasted on the radio (and webcasted as well) so you'll have a very decent bootleg once it makes its way into the trading community (right now the Murmurs folks are waiting for the best possible source to surface before it will be seeded).

http://www.murmurs.com/talk/forumdisplay.php?f=67
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Thanks alot greenlight.
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Where exactly was this show?
Outdoors if my eyes don't deceive me.
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It was Ardgillan castle in Dublin. Yes it was outdoors.
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It was Ardgillan castle in Dublin. Yes it was outdoors.
How many Around The Sun songs did they play and how do they sound to you?
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Well, I know at the concert I attended the Around The Sun tracks were some of the most enjoyable performances of the show. Specifically "The Outsiders" and "Around the Sun" were almost surreal live. I'm not sure if they are still playing those songs in Europe, but whatever ones they choose, they do a great job of translating into a live setting.
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Well, I know at the concert I attended the Around The Sun tracks were some of the most enjoyable performances of the show. Specifically "The Outsiders" and "Around the Sun" were almost surreal live. I'm not sure if they are still playing those songs in Europe, but whatever ones they choose, they do a great job of translating into a live setting.
Thanks, I've not heard those songs. I've only heard Leaving New Youk and Aftermath from the album. LNY is good, albeit with a certain repeat feel to the song. Aftermath falls a bit flat to me. It seems like it wants to be hypnotic number, but doesn't quite have the proper instrumentation for it.
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I saw them at Manchester on Friday and they were great! Defo go watch them if you get the opportunity
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How many Around The Sun songs did they play and how do they sound to you?
go to the first page of the thread the setlist is there.
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Oh my god, that setlist ... did they really play Sitting Still?

I saw them in Seattle last fall. It was great. They're not in such close competition with U2 for "Corianderstem's Favorite Band" anymore, but they put on a GREAT show.

I was surprised at how much I liked the Around the Sun songs live (with the exception of one, I think it was High Speed Train). Around the Sun in particular was great; they opened with it.

And they played Life and How to Live It.
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