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Old 12-10-2006, 01:03 AM   #466
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i'll check it out
At this point, I love them more than U2. Am I allowed to say that here?
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At this point, I love them more than U2. Am I allowed to say that here?





encouraged to say that more like!
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VP, you wanna burn video files into a DVD format?
Why yes I do, Reg.



Okay, I don't really love them more than U2. Let's just say we're having a tawdry affair right now.
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Well it depends on the video files, but there is software out there that will do that for you. I'll research it and let you know.

And we all step out on U2 from time to time.
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Why yes I do, Reg.



Okay, I don't really love them more than U2. Let's just say we're having a tawdry affair right now.


well i'm not ashamed to say i like other bands more than U2.
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Well it depends on the video files, but there is software out there that will do that for you. I'll research it and let you know.

And we all step out on U2 from time to time.
Thank you!! I'm clueless about the whole dvd thing.

I think I'm burned out on U2 now, so I haven't listened to them much for several months now. Entirely my fault. I went for about a year and a half literally listening to nothing but them. I'm getting to the point now though, that when I do hear them, I really enjoy it.
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I think I'm burned out on U2 now, so I haven't listened to them much for several months now. Entirely my fault. I went for about a year and a half literally listening to nothing but them. I'm getting to the point now though, that when I do hear them, I really enjoy it.
similar here, but it also has something to do with me writing more of my own stuff, and U2 not inspiring me musically where as other bands are...
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The other band I listed, Zero 7, I highly recommend them too, but they're not for everyone's tastes. Actually, I was surprised I liked them. I looked them up, and they're listed as downtempo/acid jazz/electronica (very lite on the electronica, IMO)...but it's great music for chillin'.
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Hell I went about 6 months this year listening sparingly to them. Look I've been a fan for 20+ years...it ain't like I haven't heard every song 100+ times.

Funny, tonight I watched "Click" and heard 'Ultraviolet'...that's a good tune I haven't listened to in years!
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there were no childish comments calling me "u2h8rboi"
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similar here, but it also has something to do with me writing more of my own stuff, and U2 not inspiring me musically where as other bands are...
What are you drawing inspiration from these days?

To test out my new burner earlier, I burned the U2 greatest hits 90 - 00 bonus cd earlier and listened to some of that (I MUCH prefer the 80 - 90 bonus, but I lost that one ) and I really enjoyed it! And for the past few days, I've been feeling a real urge to watch my 90 - 00 dvd, so I must be back to wanting to hear them.
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What are you drawing inspiration from these days?
Pink Floyd/Gilmour, Oasis/Noel, RHCP...

mainly the first 2.

it's weird, for all the time i obsessed over U2. they never really greatly influenced my musical style, i never wanted to play guitar even close to like the edge, or write lyrics in bono's style.
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there were no childish comments calling me "u2h8rboi"
I have absolutely NO problem with people listening other music, or even preferring other music to U2...it's when people go out of their way to continually post over and over how U2 sux now that I have a problem. Lord, if you dislike them that much, give it a rest and find another site to frequent.
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