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Old 04-15-2005, 03:51 AM   #1
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question about streets

I am just curious about how the intro to streets is being performed this tour.

Is it

a) close to the original ie like joshua tree/Elevation
b) Long organ intro and very short guitar ie like Zoo tv
c) Very little organ straight into guitar ie like Pop mart.

I think this one moment in a u2 show is what most fans look forward to. Hearing the intro and seeing the red lights and bright white lights when the song kicks in.Its a shame they have chose to change this as I think it is the one thing most fans would have chose to leave unchanged.

How is the segue working from Pride does it work or is it a little clumsy. I have read reports stating both.
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Minus the red background. I still like the original way, but hey at least they're doing something different.

It's funny, most people on this board complain about them not changing anything, then when they change they get chastised for that too. We have to be the hardest fans to please.
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