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Club Elevation show 17 42.50%
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Old 04-27-2003, 02:00 PM   #21
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Originally posted by LarryMullen's_POPAngel
2 of the 4 Elevation shows I saw were in the heart, in the first 4 rows so it was like being in a small club.

I'll go with decent seats and b-sides.
Same here. I've already been up close for more than one Elevation show which, admittedly, rocked. But I've already had that experience. Plus, I've had decent seats where I've enjoyed myself fine. And with the opportunity to hear stuff I've never heard live? Yeah, I'll take that one.

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Old 04-29-2003, 04:28 PM   #23
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200 People and front row for:

Elevation, BD, NY, Kite, Gone, Walk On, TheFly, Streets, Stay, One, Bad, MW, UTEOTW, 11 O'clock, Out of Control, IWF, Discotheque, Please, AIWIY, Bullet, NYD, SBS, SATS, Stuck. OOhh!
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Old 04-29-2003, 05:45 PM   #24
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Club Show Elevation Rerun for me.

I know 'b-sides arena' is the answer I should give.

But dammit, I want the club show. U2 up close & personal.

Now go have another margarita and come up with another poll.
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B-sides arena.

1. I've been rooftop to the basement; while the level of emotion was much higher in the heart, the music was just as good in the last row.

2. If they had a show exclusively of rarities, I'm sure they would rehearse them properly. They wouldn't wing a whole show, just one or two random songs. And I have a bootleg of Bono coming thisclose to forgetting the first verse of Still Haven't Found; forgetting the lyrics is part of his charm.
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I saw "Bruce" in a theater style audience (under 500 people) forget the words and listened and sang along with the crowd who knew the next words. If I could see U2 in this type setting I would die happy. It was so intimate even with this many people and he was so into it - as much as we were. I know Bono & company would throw it out to the audience equally as well. Whatever was played would be so indescribably delicious with Edge, and Adam and Larry - just there in front of you. The sound would blow me away. I would never forget it, no matter which songs were played. Blinded by the light from staring at the Sun. But in all honesty, how could I choose? Singing from the heart: would just ....being that I haven't seen I'll take all of the above. I wouldn't want to have to choose. Yes I could, no I ... never mind.

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