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Old 07-12-2008, 09:51 AM   #151
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JESUS ANOTHER FUCKING COLDPLAY THREAD IN A U2 FORUM
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Rockin' proto-shoegazer, in fact! I'll send it now. You can wait as long as you want to listen to it.
Ooh, coolness. And I'll listen to it straight away just to spite you.

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Hahaha, this made me laugh out loud. I take it you just found the Viva La Vida vs TBA thread?
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If you'd sat through 150-something bootlegs of the same damn thing, you'd be pretty unfavourable towards ZooTV too.
I dunno if you can blame the band for you disliking ZooTV after doing something like that. Even THEY were well sick of it by the end!
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I dunno if you can blame the band for you disliking ZooTV after doing something like that. Even THEY were well sick of it by the end!
Yeah, but they were also well sick of Lovetown by the end! Meanwhile, I get to 1990-01-10, Rotterdam, and think "hey, arseholes? 100 more shows, please!" And of course, Bono's all "not if you ask like that", so I just go home and sulk.

(Anyway, they largely brought things upon themselves with regards to ZooTV by keeping it so bloody static. I'd go mad playing the same bloody setlist for two years too.)
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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.
If you were hoping for a clone performance of Zoo Bullet, then fair enough...

I haven't listened to it yet, but I've downloaded the Zoo gig from the Olympiastadion in Germany, Hitler's massive construction... I got it only because of the way Bill Flanagan describes the show in his book, and that Edge's Bullet solo apparently goes off into acid-rock territory.
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Ooh, coolness. And I'll listen to it straight away just to spite you.

Hahaha, this made me laugh out loud. I take it you just found the Viva La Vida vs TBA thread?
Oh you kid! Looks like I currently have an incomplete version, so I'll just give you this: loop heaven's end - Google Blog Search and hope you can find a full one, which shouldn't be too hard.

I was aware the thread was there and had viewed it yesterday, but that was before mofo82 came up being concentrated fucktardism.
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Yeah, but they were also well sick of Lovetown by the end! Meanwhile, I get to 1990-01-10, Rotterdam, and think "hey, arseholes? 100 more shows, please!" And of course, Bono's all "not if you ask like that", so I just go home and sulk.

(Anyway, they largely brought things upon themselves with regards to ZooTV by keeping it so bloody static. I'd go mad playing the same bloody setlist for two years too.)
100 more shows could have potentially prevented them from recording One, too.
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If you were hoping for a clone performance of Zoo Bullet, then fair enough...

I haven't listened to it yet, but I've downloaded the Zoo gig from the Olympiastadion in Germany, Hitler's massive construction... I got it only because of the way Bil Flanagan describes the show in his book, and that Edge's solo apparently goes off into acid-rock territory.
Well, it's not that I'd want a clone of ZooTV Bullet, but that I'd want something a bit more rockin' than what we get. The very start of the solo indicates that things are about to get heavy, then he just brings out the slow clean notes. I'm pretty fond of the Elevation Bullet too, which brings the rock without being a ZooTV clone by any stretch.

Ooh, I might have to give that a play, I don't recall listening to that show. Obviously I must've at some point, but I haven't really returned to much on ZooTV in the last couple of years.
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Yeah, but they were also well sick of Lovetown by the end! Meanwhile, I get to 1990-01-10, Rotterdam, and think "hey, arseholes? 100 more shows, please!" And of course, Bono's all "not if you ask like that", so I just go home and sulk.
Well, you did say 'please'...

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Well, it's not that I'd want a clone of ZooTV Bullet, but that I'd want something a bit more rockin' than what we get. The very start of the solo indicates that things are about to get heavy, then he just brings out the slow clean notes. I'm pretty fond of the Elevation Bullet too, which brings the rock without being a ZooTV clone by any stretch.
Don't really remember how Elevation Bullet sounded...

And it's the notes he DOESN'T play, you know... </zen>
They must be very bloody expensive if even he can't afford to splash out often.
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Somebody archived the Bar prematurely! :wtf:

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Oh you kid! Looks like I currently have an incomplete version, so I'll just give you this: loop heaven's end - Google Blog Search and hope you can find a full one, which shouldn't be too hard.

I was aware the thread was there and had viewed it yesterday, but that was before mofo82 came up being concentrated fucktardism.
Looks like Sordo has it. Will download and see if it's the full version.

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100 more shows could have potentially prevented them from recording One, too.
Damnit, why didn't my three year old self go and book them on a six month tour of New Zealand? I could have saved us all from One!
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Don't really remember how Elevation Bullet sounded...

And it's the notes he DOESN'T play, you know... </zen>
They must be very bloody expensive if even he can't afford to splash out often.
Think of the Mark Chapman rant.

Ha! He's always been a cheap bastard, just look at Bad's note stinginess.
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Pretty good... had masses of Greek food for the second day in a row ..

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