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Old 05-06-2002, 04:24 AM   #1
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Favorite parts of Rattle and Hum are..name a couple, mine are-

Heartland song.
Simply beautiful and watching the fellas be fellas.

Pre -Bad when Larry is taliking about Elvis' back-ard' and car-salemen, and the performance of Bad.

And -All Along The WatchTower performance when Bono is pretending to be reeeeally concerned about the yuppies in downtown SF.
Really its a bitchslap back into reality.
Powerful.

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the juxtaposition of Heartland, Bad and Streets - the explosion of colour just amazing

backstage before B L came to T - esp Bono and Larry - I cannot believe how quickly Adam gets a cigarette or who gives it to him!

All Along the Watchtower - Larry beating his hands on the table and looking out of the window in the van

Desire !!!! Love it

MLK

and so many more - I think I could watch it on loop !

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Silver & Gold I love Edge;s guitar playing on it.
Bullet the Blue Sky
Sunday Bloody Sunday Like Bono's little speech.
And Streets, with the color lighting.
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Yeah, the Larry and the 'buried in the back-ard' and the band watching the sunset on the Miss. River with Edge sliding down the hill. Of course all the hot closeups of Bono too!
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Exit.......it's like whoaaaaaaaa!

Start of streets

And the bit where Larry is taking the piss outta Adam, and basically the interviews, yer man seems so pissed off with them
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Mauhauah Sunday Bloody Sunday is the best. Love the power and emotion driving that performance.
Bono talking to B.B. is amusing too. That part where they are talking about chords and how B.B.'s "no good with them" and Bono says Edge'll take care of it and sort of walks off camera muttering between chuckles (something like) "There're not much chords in this song(*snort* ), I think there's only two"
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*The performance of In God's Country!

*Heartland--especially with Larry on Elvis's Harley and the butt shot at the eternal flame

*Desire

*Adam getting a flusterd in the beginning

*"It's a musical journey!"

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ooh SO many great moments!!

- edgie sliding down the hill during "heartland"

- larry just before "still haven't found" when he says "i got me very own conga" (or something like that...)

- adam *digging* the gospel version of "still haven't found"- just clapping away

- bono meeting with BB King- he seems so humbled by that

- and finally, who could forget the EXTRA VERSE of "With or Without You"- the performance of that song is just amazing in R&H *sigh*
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~"There are people who say you shouldn't mix music and politics. I think that's bullshit." - Adam

~Bono flirting with the museum chick so that Larry can get a pic on Elvis' Harley

~During Streets when the lights go up and they show an aerial shot of the stadium

Q: What's this film about?
A: It's a musical journey! LOL

~"Fuck the revolution!" - Bono

~Extra verse in WOWY (Of course!)
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Yeah alot of thses are honorable mention.
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Exit

When BB is telling Bono -
"Man you write some heavy lyrics for such a young man' and watching Bono bask in the moment.

The ending of WOWY w/the lights and extra verse and "stars in the summer night"..


And the rant in SBS -'old age pentioners getting gunned down WHERES THE GLORY IN THAT!!?"

and the rant in BTBS -"Hill Street Blues and The Old Time Gospel Hour, STEALING money from old and the sick."

And yes Ms Lemon, Larry has a cute ass..


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Towards the end of "Bad" where Bono, right before he leaves the stage, hugs Adam. Something very personal about that moment.

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I just got the DVD this past Sat. I love Running To Stand Still with Edge playing piano on it, which you can hear a lot more than on the studio album. I also think Exit was so good on that tour with the lights flashing around. I hope they play that again someday.
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Funny you should ask, although it may have been asked before. I have had a bad week, computerwise, but it lead to a clean up of all the papers that surround my desk. My goodness, what a load of crap...and a few gems LMAO.
One piece of paper says
Phil J "I knew this would never work"
McNicholls denver Colorado
The performance of Exit and pride
Adam"that's close".
At the moment I can't recall what
allthat refers to, but I presume a response to a similar topic...now I'm going to have to watch it again....aww shucks
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Gosh, there are a lot! They are:

Angel of Harlem - Larry & Edge teasing each other
Exit - esp. the first part, which rocks!

R&H for me, also has the BEST versions of the ff. songs:

WOWY - Bono's voice is unbelievably deep and sexy, plus this was the first time I heard the "...shine like stars" verse. And who can forget that part where the camera is on Edge and Larry so into their instrument?

Sunday Bloody Sunday - The intensity, IMO has never been matched by any version.

Pride - This seemed like a pre-Elevation moment of that show (bare stage, audience jumping up and down the arena). It was just all about the music!



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F*CK THE REVOLUTION..... Sunday Bloody Sunday



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Larry telling Adam - "Not the first verse, not the second verse, but the third verse!"
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Larry telling Adam - "Not the first verse, not the second verse, but the third verse!"
Wasn't that Bono???

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Wasn't that Bono???


Yes it was and I can just see his gorgeous face and the look in his eyes when he said it! Larry told Adam something about following his lead in the song because Edge was "playing to his own time, as usual"
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