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Are the setlists getting more criticism than they deserve?

Yes, it's a mix of new songs, hits and a few surprises the set is fine
46 (66.7%)
No, it's a mix of new songs, too many hits and very few surprises
23 (33.3%)

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Offline McLovinificent

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Re: Are the setlists getting more criticism than they deserve?
« Reply #45 on: June 26, 2015, 10:13:07 PM »
The majority of U2 concert-goers want to hear SBS, BD, Pride, WOWY. We are not the target audience. That being said, they could throw us a bone by playing obscure tracks in the rotation slots after MW at least a couple times each so even if we don't see that song live, at least a live version exists on youtube. Electrical Storm and Your Blue Room from 360 are examples that come to mind. (They rarely play in my neck of the woods so youtube is all I have  :P )

Offline jjcruiser

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Re: Are the setlists getting more criticism than they deserve?
« Reply #46 on: June 26, 2015, 10:50:28 PM »
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The majority of U2 concert-goers want to hear SBS, BD, Pride, WOWY. We are not the target audience....

Bingo.  Sometimes I think Bono throws in snippets to appease the hard core fans.