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Old 08-19-2008, 04:30 PM   #46
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LNOE needs to be played next tour. Such a great rocking tune
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:51 PM   #47
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LNOE needs to be played next tour. Such a great rocking tune
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I love this song and love watching it on Popmart boots.
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Old 08-20-2008, 12:34 AM   #48
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Oh God... I can't wait til next year!!!!!
shame they won't play either!
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shame they won't play either!
Duh, I never thought they would! I just mean I can't wait until next year because this thread has put me in the mood for a tour!!!
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Please and Last night on earth.
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Please and the Chicago 2005 version of Discotheque.

Please really transcended and became the emotional highlight of whatever show it was played.

The Discotheque version of 2005 should have been played more, it was fantastic, energetic, and truly the synthesis of dance and rock that U2 should have been looking for.

"Gone", however, is my favorite track on Pop and I don't think they've matched it both live or on newly recorded versions. The emotional intensity is kind of lost, especially without Edge's high, piercing guitar in the mix.
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And while it's really only a snippet, I've always LOVED the slow-burn Velvet Dress live.
Me too!

Please was just breathtaking live.
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Old 08-20-2008, 04:17 PM   #54
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i liked all
MOFO - GONE - MIAMI - PLEASE - VELVET DRESS - LNOE - DISCOTHEQUE
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But can we all come to the agreement that Do You Feel Loved, which is one of my favorite tunes in the U2 canon, absolutely sucked live?
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Old 08-20-2008, 05:49 PM   #56
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But can we all come to the agreement that Do You Feel Loved, which is one of my favorite tunes in the U2 canon, absolutely sucked live?
As much it sucked live, DYFL, IGWSHA, & Miami were the best songs performed in Vegas, especially musical wise, as Bono's voice went out that night
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Miami was by far the best. Though IGWSHA was beautiful on opening night. If Bono's voice was there it would have been one of the highlights of the tour.
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Almost all of those songs improved live, but Please was made into something epic. Goddamn.
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For me....without a doubt...the award goes to......... PLEASE. Its one of u2s finest songs live FULL STOP!
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But can we all come to the agreement that Do You Feel Loved, which is one of my favorite tunes in the U2 canon, absolutely sucked live?
Sorry can't agree, it actually very much enjoy the Vegas version and i believe they could have made it into a great piece.
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