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Old 01-21-2003, 03:53 PM   #16
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I think Two Hearts Beat As One will be back since it was a single in Europe, and went top 10 I think in the UK.

I'm hoping some more stuff off Unforgettable Fire gets played again, mainly Wire.
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Old 01-21-2003, 10:11 PM   #17
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id be really happy if they threw in love is blindness and 40 now and then.

am i correct in remembering that they:

1) rehearsed love is blindness for the elevation tour

2) closed out the london astoria pre-elevation tour gig with 40

? anyone know?
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Cow,

2: Yes

1: I don't know

0: C ya!

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Old 01-28-2003, 09:38 AM   #19
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I think "A Celebration" has definately been retired !!
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Not so celebratory

Yes, A Celebration probably will never again see the light of day... but that doesn't stop me from bidding on it. Its probably the rarest single of their whole catalogue, and you wouldn't believe what people are willing (including myself) to pay for that little 45" treasure
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Yes, A Celebration probably will never again see the light of day... but that doesn't stop me from bidding on it. Its probably the rarest single of their whole catalogue, and you wouldn't believe what people are willing (including myself) to pay for that little 45" treasure
freaky! i bought it on ebay for like $20.
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Old 01-28-2003, 09:01 PM   #22
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lucky devil

You are definitely a lucky one... if that 45 is in good shape. I'm in a bidding war for a mint copy... those jerks keep increasing their bids. Darn all those U2 fans with no time on their hands (including myself).

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Old 01-31-2003, 11:25 AM   #23
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I know Id love to hear Exit, Silver and Gold, God Part II, Running to Stand Still, Wire...
"No, Im not really into Rattle n Hum and the non-hits on JT right now..." *right*
It was absolute bliss when they did Outta Control at Slane Castle and they did that thing in the middle where Edge played sort of a tumbling rhythym and Bono thanked their families for giving them 500 pounds each when they were getting started...it was especially poignant since Bono's father's funeral had been the day before.
Cant wait til that concert comes out on DVD.
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