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Old 12-27-2004, 11:51 AM   #1
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A Peculiar Comparison

Hope everyone had a good Christmas! Since I'm a bit bored, treading that dead spot in between Christmas and New Year, I'll post this question.

Is your favorite song from your worst (or weakest) U2 album better than the worst song from your favorite U2 album? For example, for me Tomorrow (from October) is definitely better than Exit (from The Joshua Tree).

It's wacky, but have at it!
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Re: A Peculiar Comparison

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Hope everyone had a good Christmas! Since I'm a bit bored, treading that dead spot in between Christmas and New Year, I'll post this question.

Is your favorite song from your worst (or weakest) U2 album better than the worst song from your favorite U2 album? For example, for me Tomorrow (from October) is definitely better than Exit (from The Joshua Tree).

It's wacky, but have at it!
Definitely not. "Is That All?" (from my fave October) is much much better than "MoFo" or "Wake Up Dead Man" from Pop (the one U2 album I can't stand)
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