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General U2 Discussion / Re: Is the sound of concerts too loud?
« Last post by 73October on Today at 06:04:22 AM »
It was a bit distorted in Manchester light night in places - particularly near the beginning.  I was at the back of block 116 (parallel with the I-stage) and the sound made my experience of Lights of Home a bit less enjoyable (this was one of the songs I was really looking forward to hearing).  At times I had a job hearing clearly what Bono was saying down on the e-stage which was further away.
Tours / Re: Should we sit down during the show?
« Last post by 73October on Today at 05:58:41 AM »
Courtesy helps.
Where I was sat last night, we all asked around if people were planning on sitting or standing beforehand.  We all said we were standing, which we did for the entire 2 1/4 hours.
There was one section from the row in front and down a bit that sat towards the end of the show (during One) - but they were all standing at the beginning and through much of the show.  I guess they were flagging a bit.  Some people behind me left early (maybe for transport reasons - because they were into the show earlier on).
Tours / Re: U2 Manchester - Band Arriving At Venue / Soundcheck Time
« Last post by 73October on Today at 05:53:18 AM »
They were late in Manchester yesterday, arriving at the venue after 5pm!  Rumours were swirling that they only landed at the airport at 3.30pm following a late-take off from I'm not sure where.  Really hard to see who was in which car, as they had all the windows wound up and the windows were very dark.
No meet and greets. 
Sadly, I won't be in Manchester today, but as they have stayed overnight, they should be at the back of the arena on Victoria Street earlier than yesterday.
Tours / Re: Manchester 19th & 20th
« Last post by Gavin82 on Today at 02:54:09 AM »
I was in Block 215 Row N Seat number 1 last night paid 111 & if got you got  that block for tonight seats 1 too 5 YOUR IN FOR 1 AMAZING VIEW OF THE STAGE & SCREEN its like being sat on your sofa watching TV  1 of the best seats ive ever had its dead inline with the screen.

Some bloke was sleeping just opposite me security kicked him out which i thought was bit harsh so be warned NO SLEEPING.....

A few eye-roll-y comments from Bono.

Adam continues to be better at the PR job.
Thanks for posting it.
General U2 Discussion / Re: Finally...Landlady live...
« Last post by NintendoFan204 on October 19, 2018, 06:59:00 PM »
Finally! Why couldn't the setlist have been this dynamic in America? It's nice to see Landlady get attention, though. Very underrated song.
Fun and Games / Re: A-Z U2 songs
« Last post by kevtn43 on October 19, 2018, 06:09:50 PM »
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Stufish Entertainment Architects CEO Ray Winkler always asks his clients the same questions: "What is the story that you want to tell? What is the emotive arc of the show? And then, what are the means we can use to deliver that?
General U2 Discussion / Re: Finally...Landlady live...
« Last post by laoghaire on October 19, 2018, 05:23:32 PM »
I like Landlady a lot. I really like the low pitched vocals. Will have a listen to the performance.

Don't think it's single material though.
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