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Old 01-07-2003, 10:04 AM   #21
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I personally have been anxious for at least a decade about the next Lanois solo record. I hope he continues working on that.
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Re: Sorry I didn't read it in the other thread.

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Funny, I really liked that version. I liked the "rougher" (for lack of a better word) production on it, where you could hear everything on the record. I love Bono's vocals on that one, and the piano at the beginning knocks me out!

i love the piano intro

yeah edge should do it!
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I really hope they stick with Eno/Lanois!
So do I. Those two seem to bring out the best in our boys, don't they?
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that piano intro to walk on is in the original also... they just have more production, such as bono with the "love it's not the only thing the only baggage you can bring blah blah" lines over the top of it, so you can barely here it... they just brought it out on the goodrich version... but I still hold true... I want The Edge!

the soundtrack hands version and the acoustic stuck were edge productions... and the better versions of the two songs, IMHO
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the soundtrack hands version and the acoustic stuck were edge productions... and the better versions of the two songs, IMHO
Wasn't 'Stuck' acoustic produced by Steve Lillywhite? Perhaps both he and Edge produced it.
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soundtrack hands was an edge production?! awesome! (you have no idea how many times i mispelled "awesome" while trying to say that)

acoustic stuck was mixed by lillywhite, but i didnt see a production credit on the cd anywhere
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I wish it could be Chet Atkins.....



....back to reality.

Someone mentioned Bob Rock...Bob Rock rocks imho. He told a funny story about a recent unofficial Metallica gig he was involved with.....they might be good someday.

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i guess i shouldn't even count the acoustic stuck, 'cause there really isn't a whole lot of producing on that song... it's just bono singing and edge strummin' the ol' 6-string... but i just thought i'd throw it in there to help my case, even though it doesn't really count... on another subject, i seem to ramble on without a point more often since they put it in... hmm.
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I'd personally love Edge or Mike Hedges to produce the new record. Eno/Lanois seems too 'safe', like others have said.. however.. who knows? Maybe they can put them in a new direction. Lillywhite is an interesting idea -- I'm indifferent to it. I wonder when they'll announce who they will work with..
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I would love to see Eno/Lanois (spelling ) but if they were to have someone else i would like to see either Bob Rock or maybe Rick Rubin, but why mess with something that is great like Eno / Lanois.
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Actually, Rattle and Hum (the album, not the movie) didn't flop at all. It sold an insane amount of copies - somewhere around the 9 or 10 million mark.

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Commercially, it was a big success. Artistically, it is probably (argurably) their weakest album IMO. I love most of the studio tracks, but some of the live tracks...what were they thinking? (i.e. All Along The Watchtower.) Also the packaging & liners were U2 at their most overly serious & holier than thou, especially at a time they needed to lighten up a bit. Still, it is important album because without all the backlash it received, a lot of it justified IMO, we probably wouldn't have gotten Achtung Baby.
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why would anyone (in music) need to lighten up a bit???

all I can think of is image reasons (though nowadays lightening up probably would hurt your image more then that it would help you) and who cares about image anyway?
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From showbizireland's story on the Ireland premiere of The Gangs of New York

"Also with Bono's entourage was US record producer Howie D leading to rumours that U2 are already back in the studio recording their next album."
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Here's to hoping they meant Howie B, the record producer, and not Howie D, the Backstreet Boy.
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Here's to hoping they meant Howie B, the record producer, and not Howie D, the Backstreet Boy.


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if they went with howie b, that could mean a variety of things. all of them good.
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If they went with Howie D, that could mean a variety of things, all of them bad.
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typhoon, you dig adult contemporary?
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how about p.diddy?

Just imagine Bono on the opening track...


"what what... thought i told you that we won't stop... bad boy y'all"
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