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Old 02-10-2007, 12:23 PM   #21
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what did you try to say then?
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what did you try to say then?
It's all a waste of space.
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Oh, don't worry. The HTDAAB appreciation threads will begin as soon as the next album comes out, and the "HTDDAB was a forgotten classic" threads will begin in about 7 years.
In ten years, Larry will be frantically trying to claim U2 don't even have an album called How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb and a Classic Albums documentary will be made about Pop.
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In ten years, Larry will be frantically trying to claim U2 don't even have an album called How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb and a Classic Albums documentary will be made about Pop.
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In ten years, Larry will be frantically trying to claim U2 don't even have an album called How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb and a Classic Albums documentary will be made about Pop.
I'd buy it
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Old 02-11-2007, 03:01 PM   #26
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Oh, don't worry. The HTDAAB appreciation threads will begin as soon as the next album comes out, and the "HTDDAB was a forgotten classic" threads will begin in about 7 years.
I'm really interested to see what will happen with Bomb reputation once the next album comes too.

I remember ATYCLB got the venom and cesspool by the buckets when it came out, and it's doing significantly better now.
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I remember people saying that ATYCLB is like a demo album of HTDAAB......because HTDAAB was so much better.... now it has levelled up I guess....

Bomb is better anyway....
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