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Old 11-05-2004, 12:41 PM   #151
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I should have posted in this thread...

I think it's great as it is. The more I listen, the more I love it. If this couldn't make the album, what did??? Of course, they may have thought it may not fit, but I could definitely see it fitting in on an album with Vertigo and ABOY.

I agree it's a bit raw, but all it would take a little more production, and it would fit right in, IMHO.

Either way, it makes me even more excited about the album.
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Old 11-05-2004, 02:31 PM   #152
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Alright, I'm in LOVE with this song right now. I haven't felt like this about a U2 b-side since 'Lady With The Spinning Head'. Edge's guitar is ringing and Bono's voice is lingering in those ringing notes.

...It won't be long, until the summer comes...

Beautiful.
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Old 11-05-2004, 02:43 PM   #153
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Hey Michael since its a ATYCLB leftover do you think it has fit on it? If so where where would you place it?
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Old 11-05-2004, 02:59 PM   #154
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U2Soar,

It does have a sound that comes from ATYCLB, but I don't think the song would really fit onto that album for the same reason 'Always' wouldn't: it's not finished. It's not structured enough for ATYCLB. It does have a verse and chorus, but musically it's very free (which is how I like U2 to be actually). If it were polished up a bit, it could fit next to a song like 'Wild Honey' though. I think it could have replaced 'Peace on Earth'. Actually, I think 'Stateless' should have replaced 'Peace on Earth' and then followed by a finished version of 'Are You Gonna Wait...'. Now that would have made ATYCLB a classic!
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Old 11-05-2004, 03:15 PM   #155
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U2Soar,

It does have a sound that comes from ATYCLB, but I don't think the song would really fit onto that album for the same reason 'Always' wouldn't: it's not finished. It's not structured enough for ATYCLB. It does have a verse and chorus, but musically it's very free (which is how I like U2 to be actually). If it were polished up a bit, it could fit next to a song like 'Wild Honey' though. I think it could have replaced 'Peace on Earth'. Actually, I think 'Stateless' should have replaced 'Peace on Earth' and then followed by a finished version of 'Are You Gonna Wait...'. Now that would have made ATYCLB a classic!
I agree with you there Michael, I love this song!
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Old 11-05-2004, 03:17 PM   #156
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It does have a sound that comes from ATYCLB, but I don't think the song would really fit onto that album for the same reason 'Always' wouldn't: it's not finished. It's not structured enough for ATYCLB. It does have a verse and chorus, but musically it's very free (which is how I like U2 to be actually). If it were polished up a bit, it could fit next to a song like 'Wild Honey' though. I think it could have replaced 'Peace on Earth'. Actually, I think 'Stateless' should have replaced 'Peace on Earth' and then followed by a finished version of 'Are You Gonna Wait...'. Now that would have made ATYCLB a classic!
thats actually a pretty good idea.. in fact, all 3 U2 songs off of the MDH soundtrack should be put on a special edition of ATYCLB with a reordered track list, that would actually make the album worth listening
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Old 11-05-2004, 03:28 PM   #157
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i really like this song

im glad its not on the album because its clearly not "finished"

but i love it as a bside.

my favorite part is definitly when it breaks down towards the end
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Old 11-05-2004, 03:33 PM   #158
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yeah, can we have the ALBUM leak now please???
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Old 11-05-2004, 06:08 PM   #159
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The funny thing is;

Most of the crap bands out there would be happy to have a song like this as a first single.

Like most of you, I think that this song is a good sign that the album is going to be awesome!
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