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Old 11-19-2004, 05:43 AM   #16
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miracle drug is better than one -this new song has got a lot more feeling and sentiment in it- the song is a classic!!!

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Old 11-19-2004, 08:43 AM   #17
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I've been chuckling a bit while leafing through these posts--almost every single person keeps saying something like, "Oh, it'll be OUTSTANDING when they're on tour! It's one of the best songs on the album and they're a great live band, etc." I think it's a good song, I think that it can be a very good live song, but we're talking about the Radio 1 performance...not the album version or future live versions which haven't even happened, yet. Now, maybe everybody didn't really mind this Radio 1 take on the song, and that's fine...but I have to disagree.

I can sum it up with one word: EMBARRASSING. I don't know about this one...I realize that it IS early in the game and that the band IS wonderful live, but none of the songs that I, personally, heard during the last "Promo Tour" were genuinely terrible performances. My faith has been a bit tested, here...luckily, the other songs sounded very solid.

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