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Old 07-28-2006, 04:53 PM   #21
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Rattle and Hum sucked as a whole.

If they do this, it better be one disk of studio tracks and a second disk of live tracks. The R&H format was extremely annoying.
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I absolutely love Rattle and Hum. A new sound, a few CLASSIC live performances (How could I live without Helter Skelter or that insanely good Silver and Gold) and some of the best studio tracks U2 have ever recorded.

Angel of Harlem
Hawkmoon
Heartland!
God Part II
All I Want Is You
Desire

God damn, just look at those songs!

I guess I'm the only one who enjoys the R&H format. The live and rearranged tracks strangely compliment the new songs. The gospel Still Haven't Found is gorgeous. Really, the only song on the album I don't care for is Pride, but I'm not a huge fan of the song to begin with.

Now, imagine something like this now. Six or Seven awesome new track (we'd hope) and some cool shit from the Vertigo Tour. They could add the killer verison of Discotheque, maybe their Jean Genie cover, pick one of the best versions of The Electric and Zoo Station/The Fly. And, oh I don't know, maybe something from my incredible Philly Show. Maybe, say, People Get Ready with Bruce Springsteen! Hells yeah.

So, I'd definitely rather just have a new full album sooner, of course. But, I really don't think this idea is a bad one. I'm actually quite fond of it.
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it could be the Milan dvd....
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Heartland, Mercy, and Acrobat should go into the Overrated Songs on Interference Hall of Fame.

All of them are good tracks, but get way too much praise here.

...well, Mercy is equally bashed, but probably because of it being put on a pedestal.
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mercy sucks.......
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Yeah guys, you're putting the Mercy on a pedestal.

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I absolutely love Rattle and Hum. A new sound, a few CLASSIC live performances (How could I live without Helter Skelter or that insanely good Silver and Gold) and some of the best studio tracks U2 have ever recorded.

Angel of Harlem
Hawkmoon
Heartland!
God Part II
All I Want Is You
Desire

God damn, just look at those songs!

I guess I'm the only one who enjoys the R&H format. The live and rearranged tracks strangely compliment the new songs. The gospel Still Haven't Found is gorgeous. Really, the only song on the album I don't care for is Pride, but I'm not a huge fan of the song to begin with.
All very true

Like I was sayin as well , Let's make a club mate
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Yeah guys, you're putting the Mercy on a pedestal.

Just watched that again last night.
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Heartland, Mercy, and Acrobat should go into the Overrated Songs on Interference Hall of Fame.
So what you are saying is that a HUGE number of Interference members really LOVE these 3 songs, but you don't.

Hmm.....perhaps the songs are in fact worthy of the praise but just not to your taste?
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So what you are saying is that a HUGE number of Interference members really LOVE these 3 songs, but you don't.

Hmm.....perhaps the songs are in fact worthy of the praise but just not to your taste?
Yes, I think Acrobat is a solid, overlooked gem on a great album,Mercy should be on an album/single/EP someday, and that Heartland is good, but not great.

But I have never seen other U2 fans glorify those 3 songs as much as they do here, that's just my opinion, take it with a grain of salt.

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Yeah guys, you're putting the Mercy on a pedestal.

exxxxxxactly
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Lemon isn't the only one who doesn't want a studio/live album. Seriously, if you want an album like that just choose some live recordings from the various high quality Vertigo tour boots (Chicago, Milan, Sao Paulo, etc.) and stick em in between some studio songs. It's easy. I don't see why U2 "offcially" putting recordings on an album would make it any better.

The live recordings would just be taking up space where the new studio recordings should be.
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Rattle and Hum sucked as a whole.

If they do this, it better be one disk of studio tracks and a second disk of live tracks. The R&H format was extremely annoying.
Rattle and hum sucked?!
i think its one of their best albums. And no im not a pop hater either. Any u2 release is good enough for me, so bring on the live album in november
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Rattle and hum sucked?!
i think its one of their best albums. And no im not a pop hater either.
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