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Old 07-04-2008, 09:03 AM   #41
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If this album is as good as Coldplay's new disc (grazie Brian Eno), we're in for a late-period U2 masterpiece on our hands...

That is a good sounding record. And I'm not even much of a Coldplay fan, but the production on it is really cool. Song structures are also pretty neat.
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Very news!
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Ah... that's better.

Still don't see what purpose was served in saying that though.

Remember when they didn't take so long?
Well, maybe he is just describing the way they work this time around?
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*sigh*

This sounds like a "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" album... I was hoping for Eno/Lanois. "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" gave us ATYCLB, so I'm a little wary.
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*sigh*

This sounds like a "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" album... I was hoping for Eno/Lanois. "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" gave us ATYCLB, so I'm a little wary.

As long as this album is better than Bomb i am going to be happy (not to say that bomb is bad..i just think the singles off of ATYCLB are more tolerable than bombs...maybe with the exception of COBL).
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This sounds like a "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" album... I was hoping for Eno/Lanois. "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" gave us ATYCLB, so I'm a little wary.
Yes they did...and ATYCLB is a great album. But if it makes you feel any
better "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" also have us Achtung Baby. Also a great album and maybe a little more up your alley.

At this point I don't expect a U2 album to change the world or fuck up the mainstream or redefine "cool." 14-22 year olds look at U2 the way I looked at the Stones in '86. As a curiosity with a great back catalogue, but not in any
way contemporary. And fair or not 14-22 year olds define what's cool, not 34 year old farts like me.

I just want a great album with great songs...and that's not too much to ask for is it?
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You also realize that AB was a Danny Lanios with Brian Eno album. Danny was very frustrated, but was there from start to finish. Eno would come in and give his pointers, then leave. They said it was very fresh, and easier on Brian to do it that way.
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There's one big problem with all these 'Achtung Baby'-comparisons: for me personally it hypes the new album more than quotes like 'The Edge is on fire', with the great risk the album is gonna disappoint me when it misses the 'promised' innovativeness.
Well, it's more trust-worthy than Bono's comments prior to Bomb's release that it was the band's first guitar record -- suggesting it had more pronounced guitar-work than even "Achtung Baby". Also, no one is saying this record is the best U2 record, unlike Bono who said Bomb might be U2's best record, which was pure nonsense; it was their most Coldplay record, for sure, ie "City of Blinding Lights", "Sometimes You Can't Make it..".

I just hope the lyrics are mature and not the drivel Bono's been writing the last 2 albums, except "Stuck in a Moment", which was pretty great.
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there is danger, though, in the repeated comparisons to Achtung--especially if people get it in their heads that it'll sound like Achtung...
who cares what other people think?

i'm getting a bit more excited with every passing month.

and i bet the album sells 10 million+ in the first year.
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Yes they did...and ATYCLB is a great album. But if it makes you feel any
better "Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno" also have us Achtung Baby. Also a great album and maybe a little more up your alley.

At this point I don't expect a U2 album to change the world or fuck up the mainstream or redefine "cool." 14-22 year olds look at U2 the way I looked at the Stones in '86. As a curiosity with a great back catalogue, but not in any
way contemporary. And fair or not 14-22 year olds define what's cool, not 34 year old farts like me.

I just want a great album with great songs...and that's not too much to ask for is it?
Ah... I'm 15.
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You also realize that AB was a Danny Lanios with Brian Eno album. Danny was very frustrated, but was there from start to finish. Eno would come in and give his pointers, then leave. They said it was very fresh, and easier on Brian to do it that way.
I do realize that, so I'm not sure if I'm optimistic or not.
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As long as this album is better than Bomb i am going to be happy (not to say that bomb is bad..i just think the singles off of ATYCLB are more tolerable than bombs...maybe with the exception of COBL).
I'd agree that the ATYCLB singles are better than the Bomb ones (save COBL and Vertigo), but overall Bomb > ATYCLB for me... yes, they need to make it better than Bomb.
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Remember when they didn't take so long?
No, as I first became a U2 fan in '95 or so. And it's taken a long time for each release since then.
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and i bet the album sells 10 million+ in the first year.
Not a chance in hell. It might struggle to sell 10 mill in 2 years.
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