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Old 02-29-2008, 09:50 PM   #451
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Axver, do you have the link to your alternate U2 history? I'm trying to finish mine and want to compare.
Sure do: http://axverrevisesu2.livejournal.com/

I think it needs an update to account for some recent activity. I made it in 2006, so I need to go back and perhaps add some JT remaster tracks to JT era singles and so forth.
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Just a few lines. To tell you the truth, I forget which. He snippeted Heartland over the start of Streets on both the 13th and 16th of October 1989, but I don't listen to either show much as the boots are of unimpressive quality.
Dude, by looks of it almost all of the Lovetown shows on U2start are pretty unimpressive in terms of recording quality.
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Sure do: http://axverrevisesu2.livejournal.com/

I think it needs an update to account for some recent activity. I made it in 2006, so I need to go back and perhaps add some JT remaster tracks to JT era singles and so forth.
I want to go back and revise mine.

Aside from altering the album lists and such, I'm having them release more live tracks, and changing the setlists to their live releases.
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I don't see the connection. But yeah, should've just played Acrobat AND Love Is Blindness to end the show.
There are one or two lines in SAMTM that reappear in LIB. I'm having a memory failure right now and can't recall them, though.

Acrobat/LIB would have been the perfect ZooTV conclusion.
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Dude, by looks of it almost all of the Lovetown shows on U2start are pretty unimpressive in terms of recording quality.
By that I mean the Aussie shows. Are there any good ones that aren't just static? I'm not too fussed about setlist - they're mostly awesome anyway.
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Dude, by looks of it almost all of the Lovetown shows on U2start are pretty unimpressive in terms of recording quality.
Yeah, Lovetown rather suffered in the bootleg department. We've got full soundboard of the Dublin shows and partial soundboard of the 27/09 and 18/11 Sydney gigs. Some others have good audience too. Oh, and the first Adelaide gig is soundboard, but the worst soundboard I've heard in my life.

My favourite audience boots from Lovetown are 08/10 and 09/10 Melbourne, 20/10 Sydney, 01/12 Osaka, 18/12 Amsterdam, and 10/01 Rotterdam.
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Only ten posts to go!
In which case, you'll reach 2,000 in May.
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