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Old 05-01-2005, 11:56 PM   #1
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Just watched the Boston DVD again...

I just got done watching the Boston DVD for the billionth time and I realized something...

I love U2.
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And I've just re discoverd Achtung Baby......I think the world is coming to an end!
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Old 05-01-2005, 11:59 PM   #3
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I don't think I can rediscover AB because I pretty much listen to it in its entirety about every other day.
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Latley...I've hated the album
But i've just put it on after a bit of a tough day, and turned it up captain......lovin' it
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Only now does the sheer pointlessness of this thread dawn on me.
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It's a rediscovery thread!

I rediscovered POP yesterday

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I've just rediscovered The Unforgettable Fire. I am totally in love with Wire and Indian Summer Sky, two songs I never really appreciated as much as I should have.
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i rediscovered zootv the other day

dont get me wrong, its always been my favorite tour, but i hadnt seen it for a while and wow, its awesomeness gave me goosebumps all over again

the vertigo tour is great and all, but watching it made me long for those days, what a perfect show
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I've just recently rediscovered the "U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle DVD" ... absolutely love this concert ... also love the added bonus track of "Mysterious Ways" with Bono and his daughter Eve dancing together ... what a BONUS track that is !!
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I rediscovered POP yesterday
I rediscovered Pop recently ... but not in a good way.

I've been absolutely delighting in Boy, October, and War lately though.
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Old 05-02-2005, 05:49 AM   #14
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I've been absolutely delighting in Boy, October, and War lately though.
Same here! I listened to War last night and October this morning. Good stuff. Wouldn't it be cool on the tour if they did it like this:
1st leg - going back to Boy
2nd leg- Doing some October stuff again
3rd leg- Some of the War stuff that hasn't been played in a while.
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I've just rediscoved october. love scarlet. and of course the double whammy of Tomorrow and october
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Each time I listen an U2 song or album I like it more than the last time and I discover and I feel always something new.

It's this newness for anyone??

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Each time I listen an U2 song or album I like it more than the last time and I discover and I feel always something new.

It's this newness for anyone??

For me it's not newness. It's more like I'm finding little things in songs. Both in the music and in the lyrics. I keep discovering elements that I hadn't noticed before.
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Each time I listen an U2 song or album I like it more than the last time and I discover and I feel always something new.

It's this newness for anyone??

I'm with you. As times, events, and moods change, songs can take on a whole new meaning and feel. Good thing U2 makes timeless music, because how many other musicians can shock you 25 years after their first release? They're a minority.
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I've been UNdiscovering U2 albums lately, and it's disturbing me. They've been making me anxious instead of making me feel good. Maybe I'm just stressed out because it's the end of the school year and the end is so near and yet so far away. I need a hug.
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