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Old 08-14-2003, 09:44 AM   #16
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There's also a six or seven disc version of the sessions. However, you're advised to just look for the 3-disc version. No, I haven't heard it (the 7-disc version that is), but from the descriptions I've read it's only has 37,962 extra versions of Salome (mostly drumtracks). I think that listening to this stuff will UNmake you a U2 fan, even the 3-disc version is hard to listen to at times.
omigor! that's insane! it's so funny to see how much they worked on this one song that didn't even make it onto the album! and from the versions i've heard, i don't think any of them sound like the versions they released as b-sides. i wonder if they had just left salome alone, if the album would've been finished earlier?

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i wonder if they had just left salome alone, if the album would've been finished earlier?
probably, but Adam didn't want to let go
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i've never had so many :sexywink: directed at me before!

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probably, but Adam didn't want to let go
that sounds like the case. i'm suddenly picturing him crying and bawling like a kid demanding they keep working on it.
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The Salome Outtakes

Hi there, people. Does anyone here know much about the Salome outtakes, 'cause if so, then maybe you can help me...

I've been downloading some songs off KaZaA, trying to find as many of the outtakes from this "blueprint" to Achtung Baby, enough so that I can make a cd worth of it. The songs I have so far are...

Boomerang 2
Heaven and Hell
Montgomery's Visit
Salome
Laughing in the Face of Danger
Take Today
Where Did it All Go Wrong?
I Feel Free
Did You Want It
Morning Child/ Don't Turn Around
Sweet Baby Jane
Doctor Doctor
pre-Ultraviolet (not sure of the song title, but it's got the lyrics "wake up! wake up!")
I Feel Free II
Chances Away
High as a Kite
Take You Down
Snake Charmer
She's Gonna Turn Your Head
Jitterbug Baby
Don't Say Goodbye

Maybe it can be a 2-disc collection. Anyway, are these all of the songs? Is there any order by which they should follow?? Are any of these tracks not from the Salome period? Any help would be most appreciated

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Boomerang II is a B-side from the unforgettable fire....

Did you want it and Where did it all go wrong are the same song but different lyrics......You can buy where did it all go wrong on the Even Better than the real thing single

Laughing in the Face of Love.......not danger

She's gonna turn your head is "She's gonna blow your house down"

There are a couple of more songs you could have....Even Better than the real thing instrumental...take today instrumental

i think that is it..your collection is a definately good start
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Hello,

There's another thread about the Achtung Baby sessions here.
And there is a site dedicated to the sessions, called The Achtung Baby Working Tapes Compendium. You can find that one at:
http://home.comcast.net/~sira/u2.htm

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Re: The Salome Outtakes

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pre-Ultraviolet (not sure of the song title, but it's got the lyrics "wake up! wake up!")
it could be "take you down," which is also sometimes labelled as "wake up dead man." does it feature bono singing through each channel (i mean he's singing one thing in the left speaker, and another in the right?) and then he sings the same through both? also, the music is pretty identical to lady with the spinning head, through which we got "the fly" and "ultraviolet."

he does also say "wake up! wake up! wake up dead man" a lot, which is why i would think it is this one. however, you already have the song "take you down" listed, so i'm not sure.

if it isn't this song, then it's probably one of the versions of "she's gonna turn your head around," also known as "blow your house down," also known as "wake up dead man." (yes, possibly the same wake up dead man on pop, the band has mentioned they've kicked the song around since achtung baby/zooropa, but it completely transformed during pop.)

hope any of this helps!

oh btw, have you downloaded the 2,000 versions of salome?
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