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Old 05-21-2005, 01:53 AM   #21
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Well, the one and only time I met Bono my brain turned into useless goo, and I didn't think of anything sensible to say like "Thank you, your music has changed my life".

So, I will say here that U2's music has changed my life and I don't admire any other band the way I admire them. I've never felt the same way listening to other people's music (no matter how much I love them) as I do to U2.

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Old 05-21-2005, 04:13 AM   #22
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Originally posted by U2girl

I don't think so, with all the negativity around the new album and tour, this forum could use more positivity.

I'll second that.

U2 are still as exciting to me as they've always been. I did go through a brief stint in 2003 when my U2 mania subsided a bit, but it's stronger than ever at the moment. These past four-five years (yes, I'm one of those ones who jumped on board in 2000) have been amazing from a musical point of view. My actual teenage years haven't exactly been a bed of roses, but U2 was always there for me when I was feeling down. I mean, when you're a thirteen-year-old foreigner in a completely different country with no friends, and you come across a band as uplifting as U2, they're bound to make some sort of difference in your life. Heck, the band even inspired me to pick up that old guitar that was slowly collecting dust in my bedroom. You won't believe the elation I felt when I taught myself to play the chorus to Beautiful Day.

At the age of 18, I feel like I've changed a lot since 2000. Part of that, I owe to U2. I still don't have many real friends, but the ones I've made because of U2 are far better than any other people I've encountered so far. U2's music has taught me to see things differently and to have faith in myself, not to mention the religious aspect.

In short, I absolutely adore the band, and probably will continue to do so for a long time (unless they decide to experiment with rap ). I can't wait until the 12th of September in Toronto - it'll be my first U2 concert, and I can hardly wait!

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