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Re: Which Classic U2 Songs They Should Dust Off For The JT 30 Tour & Why?
« Reply #30 on: April 26, 2017, 02:21:33 PM »
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Close the shows with "40". The audience would be singing it until sunrise
40 is a given!

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Re: Which Classic U2 Songs They Should Dust Off For The JT 30 Tour & Why?
« Reply #31 on: April 26, 2017, 03:32:07 PM »
Ditto to Drowning Man. Sounded exceptional I thought, when rehearsed in Barcelona 2009.

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Re: Which Classic U2 Songs They Should Dust Off For The JT 30 Tour & Why?
« Reply #32 on: April 26, 2017, 06:53:42 PM »
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Since they're promoting an album from the 80's, I'd like to see them go back to some 80's songs.  I'll go with:

"Wire," "God Part II," and "She's a Mystery to Me."  Record a proper version of "She's a Mystery to Me," and release it ala "Sweetest Thing" mid summer. 

You my friend are a genius.

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Re: Which Classic U2 Songs They Should Dust Off For The JT 30 Tour & Why?
« Reply #33 on: April 27, 2017, 05:11:11 AM »
Heartland
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Re: Which Classic U2 Songs They Should Dust Off For The JT 30 Tour & Why?
« Reply #34 on: April 27, 2017, 08:26:42 AM »
What about Ordinary Love?

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Re: Which Classic U2 Songs They Should Dust Off For The JT 30 Tour & Why?
« Reply #35 on: April 27, 2017, 10:18:37 PM »
Usually, I am always thinking of what 'special/rare' songs I'd love to hear. They always seems to throw them in every tour. But, this tour is different. To hear the entire Joshua Tree album is mind blowing. Have they ever played an entire album live?

I know the set list is already going to be special, so if they dust off some the incredible songs suggested here-  whoa!

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Since they're promoting an album from the 80's, I'd like to see them go back to some 80's songs.  I'll go with:

"Wire," "God Part II," and "She's a Mystery to Me."  Record a proper version of "She's a Mystery to Me," and release it ala "Sweetest Thing" mid summer. 

You my friend are a genius.

I agree. "She's a Mystery to Me" is such a great song and the version they did during that Brooklyn Vertigo park concert was quite solid. It'd be cool to see it get recorded and introduced to a new generation of music fans. I don't know how well Bono will be able to sing it, though.

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Since they're promoting an album from the 80's, I'd like to see them go back to some 80's songs.  I'll go with:

"Wire," "God Part II," and "She's a Mystery to Me."  Record a proper version of "She's a Mystery to Me," and release it ala "Sweetest Thing" mid summer. 

You my friend are a genius.

I agree. "She's a Mystery to Me" is such a great song and the version they did during that Brooklyn Vertigo park concert was quite solid. It'd be cool to see it get recorded and introduced to a new generation of music fans. I don't know how well Bono will be able to sing it, though.
love that song, indeed quite high in vocals but why not do it?
I'm sure they can work around it and be creative.

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Spanish Eyes (for the lovely senoritas in Texas)
Silver and Gold...
That would be so nice, first time i saw them play they did silver and gold.

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