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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #75 on: February 05, 2014, 12:44:42 AM »
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Invisible must be the most poppy song, you can't say that was guitar driven

Invisible has a repetitive, memorable guitar riff. The Edge uses at least three different guitar sounds and treatments for the song.  The guitar is prominent even in the verse, it has a big riff, and a guitar solo.  The drums are light, and the bass is doing nothing there.  It is a guitar-driven song.

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J

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #76 on: February 05, 2014, 12:57:17 AM »
Alls I know is Edge said "krautrock," "Guitar-driven," and "electronica" while talking about the coming U2 album.

Umm, yes please....

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #77 on: February 05, 2014, 05:07:14 AM »
The Edge describes the new album as "intellectually hard ... raw, guitar driven."

Larry and Adam get our hopes up about album release dates.

Bono says nothing.

Who are these impostors, and what did they do with the real U2?  :P

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #78 on: February 05, 2014, 06:14:54 AM »
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Alls I know is Edge said "krautrock," "Guitar-driven," and "electronica" while talking about the coming U2 album.

Umm, yes please....

I hate to jump to conclusions...but based on what Edge said ^^^ and the fact they aren't releasing it until they eliminate the "fuzzy" stuff.......and - also based on the quality track that is Invisible, I'm starting to get a really, really good feeling about this album. The pictures I've seen of the recording studio might be reflected in the album as well, and it is dark, dingy and raw from what I've seen and how the "oil rig" is being described.

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #79 on: February 05, 2014, 06:15:34 AM »
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Alls I know is Edge said "krautrock," "Guitar-driven," and "electronica" while talking about the coming U2 album.

Umm, yes please....

Anyone care to enlighten me and anyone else who has no idea what "Krautrock" sounds like?

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #80 on: February 05, 2014, 06:46:35 AM »
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Alls I know is Edge said "krautrock," "Guitar-driven," and "electronica" while talking about the coming U2 album.

Umm, yes please....

Anyone care to enlighten me and anyone else who has no idea what "Krautrock" sounds like?

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #81 on: February 05, 2014, 11:12:42 AM »
I thought Edge sounded a bit like Adam at times during the interview.

Anyone hear the Zane Low interview with Bono on monday night. I thought he (zane Low) came across as a complete Horses Ass in parts of the interview. . . almost mocking bono

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #82 on: February 05, 2014, 11:56:06 AM »
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Invisible must be the most poppy song, you can't say that was guitar driven

Invisible has a repetitive, memorable guitar riff. The Edge uses at least three different guitar sounds and treatments for the song.  The guitar is prominent even in the verse, it has a big riff, and a guitar solo.  The drums are light, and the bass is doing nothing there.  It is a guitar-driven song.

Cheers,

J


No, that memorable riff is the synth, which along with bass dominates the song. OL had two longer quasi solos.

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #83 on: February 05, 2014, 12:05:21 PM »
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Invisible must be the most poppy song, you can't say that was guitar driven

Invisible has a repetitive, memorable guitar riff. The Edge uses at least three different guitar sounds and treatments for the song.  The guitar is prominent even in the verse, it has a big riff, and a guitar solo.  The drums are light, and the bass is doing nothing there.  It is a guitar-driven song.

Cheers,

J


No, that memorable riff is the synth, which along with bass dominates the song. OL had two longer quasi solos.

i am pretty sure that the sound is a guitar. (explorer), you can see edge using it in the making of to create that sound.

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Edge interview on Jo Whiley
« Reply #84 on: February 05, 2014, 02:14:41 PM »
Extended(from yesterday)interview with Edge about to start on BBC radio 2!

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #85 on: February 05, 2014, 02:18:37 PM »
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Alls I know is Edge said "krautrock," "Guitar-driven," and "electronica" while talking about the coming U2 album.

Umm, yes please....

Anyone care to enlighten me and anyone else who has no idea what "Krautrock" sounds like?

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THANK YOU! I will check it out once I get home.

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #86 on: February 05, 2014, 02:20:03 PM »
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Invisible must be the most poppy song, you can't say that was guitar driven

Invisible has a repetitive, memorable guitar riff. The Edge uses at least three different guitar sounds and treatments for the song.  The guitar is prominent even in the verse, it has a big riff, and a guitar solo.  The drums are light, and the bass is doing nothing there.  It is a guitar-driven song.

Cheers,

J


No, that memorable riff is the synth, which along with bass dominates the song. OL had two longer quasi solos.

i am pretty sure that the sound is a guitar. (explorer), you can see edge using it in the making of to create that sound.

100% Edge on guitar. My friend recreated the same sound on his guitar and amp with no problem.

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #87 on: February 05, 2014, 02:28:45 PM »
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Invisible must be the most poppy song, you can't say that was guitar driven

Invisible has a repetitive, memorable guitar riff. The Edge uses at least three different guitar sounds and treatments for the song.  The guitar is prominent even in the verse, it has a big riff, and a guitar solo.  The drums are light, and the bass is doing nothing there.  It is a guitar-driven song.

Cheers,

J


No, that memorable riff is the synth, which along with bass dominates the song. OL had two longer quasi solos.

i am pretty sure that the sound is a guitar. (explorer), you can see edge using it in the making of to create that sound.

Sure sounds like a synth, though no doubt Edge will obviously play  it live.

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #88 on: February 05, 2014, 02:33:28 PM »
Don't worry, it's safe to like it. It's guitar. Not synth..... 8)

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Re: Jo Whiley to interview Edge tomorrow
« Reply #89 on: February 05, 2014, 02:35:48 PM »
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Invisible must be the most poppy song, you can't say that was guitar driven

Invisible has a repetitive, memorable guitar riff. The Edge uses at least three different guitar sounds and treatments for the song.  The guitar is prominent even in the verse, it has a big riff, and a guitar solo.  The drums are light, and the bass is doing nothing there.  It is a guitar-driven song.

Cheers,

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No, that memorable riff is the synth, which along with bass dominates the song. OL had two longer quasi solos.

i am pretty sure that the sound is a guitar. (explorer), you can see edge using it in the making of to create that sound.

Sure sounds like a synth, though no doubt Edge will obviously play  it live.

Well just compare it to COBL...very similar riffs with what I believe are the identical same guitars according to the 3 minute Making of Video - can anyone confirm?