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Old 12-31-2005, 05:04 PM   #1
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Which crowd reacted best to Zoo Station?

I mean went nuts when the song started...
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Old 12-31-2005, 05:24 PM   #2
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I would have spoken for the 30,000+ crowd on my own if they played it at either show of mine
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Old 12-31-2005, 07:54 PM   #3
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It must have been better with the giant screen in Europe.
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Old 01-01-2006, 07:32 PM   #4
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maybe, but then again, there were more people who likely thjought "what the hell is this" in a stadium
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Old 01-01-2006, 11:13 PM   #5
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my answer would probably be a show circa 1992-93.
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Is this really a thread?
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my answer would probably be a show circa 1992-93.
yup
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at least this is better than his "Electric Co should be dropped" thread
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I think the London shows were filled with people thinking: "Ah the song from About A Boy."
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hhah so true...about a boy..i remmeber thinking that when i saw the film. I also remember hearing "wild honey" in Vanilla Sky and thinking "whtf~?"
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Old 01-03-2006, 11:08 AM   #11
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I saw it at Manchester 1.

I went totally berserk - A guy about three rows in front turned round and looked at me as if I was insane.

I was also wearing a t-shirt which had a big zooropa baby on it, which got lots of people wondering until it appeared on the screen. - MAMA



And the funny thing is, it used to be one of my least favourites on the album !
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i pretty much orgasmed when i heard it at opening nite in san diego. just about the last song i was expecting to hear live.
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At Twickenham it was brilliant. I got there early and you could hear the huge echoing drums during rehearsal which was awesome.

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at least this is better than his "Electric Co should be dropped" thread
Must have missed that thread. Been one of the best songs this tour in my opinion.
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Old 01-16-2006, 11:43 AM   #14
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At Manchester 2 in the GA Line they started rehearsing AIWIY and like am22884 says, I could hear the guitar and drums echo around and it was amazing - especially when everyone cheered.

As an amusing faux pas, they then played the opening chords to ISHFWILF and in my excitement I shouted out "STREETS!". Of course the people in queue were all fairly harcore U2 fans and looked at me with disgust. I got so caught up in the excitement my brain deserted me.

In a later horror show, when Bono asks for the cellphones before One, I used the flashlight on my phone. Being so near the front he looked at me and said "turn out that bright light please". It remains one of the worst feelings of my life, and I can't listen to the boot without skipping that section.
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at least this is better than his "Electric Co should be dropped" thread



I just wanted to use that smilie

and to add Electric Co
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In a later horror show, when Bono asks for the cellphones before One, I used the flashlight on my phone. Being so near the front he looked at me and said "turn out that bright light please". It remains one of the worst feelings of my life, and I can't listen to the boot without skipping that section.
Haha I would love to be told off by Bono. At least he said please
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