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wons,

I would love for you to possibly share those locations...as me and some U2 buddies plan to make the trip someday.
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The Band / Re: MacPhisto Worship Thread
« Last post by Canadanne on June 21, 2018, 01:05:40 PM »
Well, this is intriguing...!!
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We're getting MacPhisto teaser trailers now? :D
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I didn't really like the melody.  But then I saw the video again many years later and got into this whole relationship with a fallen angel thing.  It was quite a revelation for me.  It's one of their more underrated songs and I'd like to hear it played live again....(said with a vague sense of hope).
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The Band / Re: The Larry LoveThread
« Last post by 73October on June 21, 2018, 12:47:55 PM »
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Yeah, I get he's an introvert; so am I.  But how much effort does it take to give a quick wave to a group of people who literally waited five hours for an autograph, especially when you  know that the band won't be coming outside that night?

Is this the Larry LoveThread??
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I quite like "Ordinary Love" now, but didn't especially at first.
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The Band / Re: The Larry LoveThread
« Last post by shineinthesummernight on June 21, 2018, 12:40:08 PM »
Yeah, I get he's an introvert; so am I.  But how much effort does it take to give a quick wave to a group of people who literally waited five hours for an autograph, especially when you  know that the band won't be coming outside that night?
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The Music and Lyrics / Re: Rank U2's albums
« Last post by shineinthesummernight on June 21, 2018, 12:36:53 PM »
I listen the most to NLOTH, October, and SOE so that's how I have to rank them for myself.  I'm not saying that they are necessarily their artistic best, but they are my personal favorites.
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General U2 Discussion / Re: No Line On The Horizon
« Last post by shineinthesummernight on June 21, 2018, 12:34:38 PM »
"You can really feel the maturity that the band poured into this album."  Yes, I agree with this statement very much.  It's as though they've had so many experiences, both good and bad, and have come through on the other side to a place of acceptance and joy.  "Sing your heart, sing my heart out...."
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The Music and Lyrics / Re: Rank U2's albums
« Last post by Droo on June 21, 2018, 12:32:40 PM »
Currently:

1. Zooropa
2. Pop
3. Songs of Innocence
4. Achtung Baby
5. The Joshua Tree
6. October
7. The Unforgettable Fire
8. All That You Can't Leave Behind
9. No Line On The Horizon
10. Songs of Experience
11. War
12. Boy
13. Rattle & Hum
14. How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb 
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Tours / Re: Likelihood of 2019 North American tour?
« Last post by wons on June 21, 2018, 12:32:03 PM »
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I think Bono's pretty much confirmed that there will not be any more shows in parts of North America at least next year - or for some time.  This doesn't necessarily mean the end.  Just that they're done with some places for now.
From Philadelphia Night 2:
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He is talking specifically to people in Philadelphia. He was not talking to the people in the following cities:

Dallas
Houston
Tampa
Miami
Winnipeg
Edmonton
Vancouver
Toronto
Pittsburgh
Columbus OH
Detroit
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Denver
Phoenix
Seattle
San Diego
Charlotte NC
Atlanta
Salt Lake City

Each one of those cities has a chance for a show in 2019 in addition to Australia, New Zealand, Japan and maybe some more cities they have yet to play in Europe.

It would be odd, for U2 to skip an entire decade when they released two albums and not promote those either of those two albums with tour stops in Florida or Texas, two of the three most populated states in the United States, the largest country they play and the wealthiest country in the world.
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