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Old 12-14-2004, 08:59 PM   #1
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Just a simple MoFo question

I whipped out my Best of 1990-2000 DVD and a couple questions came to my mind: On MoFo, does Bono ever cuss? I know the official lyrics are "Mother Suckin' rock and roll". But the parts right after that where he's like free-styling it sounds like or scat singing or something, some of those words don't sound like suck. And my second question was on the Best of DVD, why do they edit that song? On mine anyway it sounds like they cut out "suckin" Hopefully someone can help.
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On the the 'Pop' version, towards the end, during one of the 'mother suckin'' refrains, he says 'mother suck-ya-fuck rock and roll'. As for the DVD, the video on the DVD is a remix of Mofo, so whichever remix that is, may have just been like that.
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Old 12-14-2004, 09:16 PM   #3
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...and he swears often in the live versions
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I'm still waiting for someone to find me a copy of the Explicit mix. Bono swearing.
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Doesn't the Matt Robert's remix have Bono saying fuck? Towards the end me thinks...
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Yeah, but I ain't got it.
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I can post it for ya, Martha. The thing is when I think it might only work if you have iTunes though....posting things on YouSendIt got screwy for me after I switched over. Either that or if someone can refigure it or something.
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I just got finished teaching myself how to convert itunes to mp3. I'd be happy to help y'all.
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Old 12-15-2004, 05:51 AM   #9
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itunes to mp3 huh? what utility did you use for this? I got winamp to play my aac's without issue..but I ahvent' had time to figure this out...care to share?
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Burn the AACs onto a CD and then rip them back into your computer.
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I just got finished teaching myself how to convert itunes to mp3. I'd be happy to help y'all.
maybe i can finally hear Smile and flower child now...
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You need a program called hymn to remove the iPod protection (converts the tracks from m4p to m4a).

Then you need a program called dBpowerAMP with an added codec for mpeg4 installed, to convert the m4a files to your desired bitrate mp3s.
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I can post it for ya, Martha. The thing is when I think it might only work if you have iTunes though....
I have iTunes on my school computer, which may make that an interesting download.

Let's give it a try. I'll only have access to my school computer for two more days, Thursday and Friday. Then I'm off for two weeks. YAY!
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You need a program called hymn to remove the iPod protection (converts the tracks from m4p to m4a).

Then you need a program called dBpowerAMP with an added codec for mpeg4 installed, to convert the m4a files to your desired bitrate mp3s.

I can vouch for the HYMN program. It worked like a charm on my Mac. There is also a Windows variant of the program, but I have never tried it.
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Here ya go Martha

http://s5.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=B2...04C28FA7B227F2
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You need a program called hymn to remove the iPod protection (converts the tracks from m4p to m4a).

Then you need a program called dBpowerAMP with an added codec for mpeg4 installed, to convert the m4a files to your desired bitrate mp3s.
Or, alternatively, you could just play the iTunes file, run a recording programme at the same time, and save the recorded copy as an MP3. Even easier.
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Here ya go Martha

http://s5.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=B2...04C28FA7B227F2
Thanks, but I couldn't open it. I have nothing on my computer that will open it.
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on the roberts/explicit remix bono's cusses his little brains off
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Or, alternatively, you could just play the iTunes file, run a recording programme at the same time, and save the recorded copy as an MP3. Even easier.
I could be way off here, but could that not interfere with the sound quality of the final copy?
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on the roberts/explicit remix bono's cusses his little brains off




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