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Old 02-08-2003, 04:09 PM   #1
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Best Version Of Sbs?

in your opinion what is the best version of sunday bloody sunday? and also do you know where i can get a mp3 of the rattle and hum movie verison?
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Old 02-08-2003, 04:42 PM   #2
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I think the version from that movie is the best one, I have and mp3 and I think you can find it in Sicy's FTP.
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Yep, I also think the version of R&H with that speech is simply the best.
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WinMX is my absoulute obsession when it comes to downloading. I have found an unbelieveable amount of live U2 on that site. If you can't find the song, WinMx is worth checking out.

I spent several months downloading live stuff off of WinMx and SBS was one song I couldn't get away from. After listening to at least 15 different versions, I think I like the one that's on the Boston DVD the best. I love the Rattle and Hum version. Maybe it's the quality of the recording but there's something about the Boston one that I keep going back to.
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That song has performed many different ways (UABRS-full on, JT Tour-guitar only opening, Popmart-Edge w/guitar only, and Elevation- slightly slowed down w/snippets of other songs added). It was also performed early on in Zoo TV, much the same way it was on Elevation(seemed a little faster though)

In my opinion, the Rattle and Hum and Popmart versions are the superior ones....
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how did you fine those shows on winmx, i just downloaded it.
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Yep, I also think the version of R&H with that speech is simply the best.
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I can't talk enough about how much I love that speech from that song.

The Slane version of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" was pretty cool, too.

I can't remember how the Boston one sounded that arw9797 mentioned.

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I don't really care for the song that much, but the R&H version is so intense and powerful it's just incredible.
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yeah, defintly Rattle and Hum
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A toss up between R&H and Popmart Sarajevo.

Both very excellent
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how did you fine those shows on winmx, i just downloaded it.
In the top line, obviously type in U2. In the next line you can type in Sunday Bloody Sunday, or whatever song you want, and then add either "live" "boston" "rattle and hum" "zoo tv" "popmart" and so on next to the song name. I also sometimes just type in U2 and then a city and live stuff just comes up. If you just do U2 "live" your going to get a ton of crap but if you put in a specific song or city you'll get an amazing list of live stuff.
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Rattle and Hum, without a shred of doubt.
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the version from slane II was very good too, but rattle hum , i agree is the best version
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I was watching R&H today and this version of SBS is really the best I think - the intensity is incredible - also the version from Under a Blood Red Sky would have to come a close second.
I never get sick of watching R&H!

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Rattle n Hum

I also love the version included on UABRS from Rockpalast, Germany 83' as much as the Red Rocks performance
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what the best live version of "one"
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i am having trouble downloading anything form winmx.
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what the best live version of "one"
It hasn't changed too drastically since its first performances on Zoo Tv..I think if you want to look at an alternative concert delivery then the performance of One at the War Child concert in Modena back in 95 had a gorgeous orchestral backing....which is probably my own personal favourite
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yea, that is one or mine also.
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My vote: R&H !
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