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Old 07-12-2008, 09:23 AM   #136
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The other argument is electrifying Bullet performances. Just listening to the Dublin one right now. It's funny how the effects make the solo; it's substantially similar to the Vertigo solo, but it sounds so much more rockin'.
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you fail because you didn't even KNEW it was Bologna... and you're supposed to be our walking U2 encyclopedia?


at least I knew the place, just not the date... and it would be faster to check on the sarajevo documentary..
Oh, good, so I don't have to go dig up the DVDs! And give me a break, it's ZooTV, my least favourite tour. (Edit: what am I saying! I dislike Elevation more!)

Though there were two Bologna gigs, the 17th and the 18th of July.
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yes there were, but the first they didn't have the sattelite ready, it was the 2nd

Zootv your least favourite... pfft!
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The other argument is electrifying Bullet performances. Just listening to the Dublin one right now. It's funny how the effects make the solo; it's substantially similar to the Vertigo solo, but it sounds so much more rockin'.
This is also true... Bono also went completely nuts in this show. I think you were quoting him in the other thread.

I was really digging the Bullet solo that last time at U23D... awesome stuff.
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Anyway my visit in here was short, since I gotta eat and work now..

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yes there were, but the first they didn't have the sattelite ready, it was the 2nd

Zootv your least favourite... pfft!
If you'd sat through 150-something bootlegs of the same damn thing, you'd be pretty unfavourable towards ZooTV too.

In contrast, I only liked JT/Lovetown more after sitting through 150-something bootlegs from that era. My relative fondness for UF and Popmart didn't change from listening to the entire tours.
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This is also true... Bono also went completely nuts in this show. I think you were quoting him in the other thread.

I was really digging the Bullet solo that last time at U23D... awesome stuff.
Yes, I love that little rant. If Phail ever does Bullet, I think I'd have to throw that in. And a snippet of PT's Anaesthetise.

See, I've always found the Vertigo Bullet a bit of a letdown. It feels like he's just about to seriously rock out, then ... it's just a bunch of slow, clean notes. I still enjoyed it, but the effects-laden ZooTV one just does so much more for me. And the ZooTV shows where he really gets stuck into it and just about shreds are mindblowing.
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Anyway my visit in here was short, since I gotta eat and work now..

later guys!
Have a good one!
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A new record? Nice, nice.

I guess you all are just chilling here after that event.
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A new record? Nice, nice.

I guess you all are just chilling here after that event.
Yes, and I figure you appreciate that Beer holds the record. Though I think one day, we should all arrange to be online at a certain time and see just how quickly we can kick through a thread if we really try. I reckon we could do one in three hours.
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Yes, and I figure you appreciate that Beer holds the record. Though I think one day, we should all arrange to be online at a certain time and see just how quickly we can kick through a thread if we really try. I reckon we could do one in three hours.
Oh, I like that idea. That would be intense.

Also, I might send you Loop's Heaven's End - I have only just touched the music I've downloaded recently (including Verve) as I've been busy today, but I think you'll really like this album.
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Oh, I like that idea. That would be intense.

Also, I might send you Loop's Heaven's End - I have only just touched the music I've downloaded recently (including Verve) as I've been busy today, but I think you'll really like this album.
We might fry the server!

Ooh, that'd be cool, thanks. Rockin' shoegazer, I take it?
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Ooh, that'd be cool, thanks. Rockin' shoegazer, I take it?
Rockin' proto-shoegazer, in fact! I'll send it now. You can wait as long as you want to listen to it.
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