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General U2 Discussion / Re: Where The Streets Has No Name
« Last post by 3 Chords and the Truth on March 20, 2019, 05:27:31 PM »
This is strong...

greatest to me is slane castle 2001
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General U2 Discussion / Re: Where The Streets Has No Name
« Last post by 73October on March 20, 2019, 12:27:22 PM »
grrr...you tube blocked it here in Britain.
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General Music Discussion / Re: Anyone remember Mazzy Star?
« Last post by sperduto on March 20, 2019, 07:25:02 AM »
so beautiful, fragile, innocent - a voice that mesmerizes

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General Music Discussion / Re: Bands you'd like to introduce to everyone
« Last post by sperduto on March 20, 2019, 06:59:30 AM »
this band - still corners - is excellent
tessa murray's voice is so haunting and beautiful
synth/dream pop - gorgeous

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General Music Discussion / Re: the 5 songs rocking your world right now
« Last post by Vox on March 19, 2019, 10:29:43 PM »
Love Will Tear Us Apat — Joy Division
Take California — Propellerheads
No Complaints — Beck
Welcome to the Real Life — Boris Bejcha
Then He Kissed Me — The Crystals
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The Music and Lyrics / Re: Every breaking wave ...meaning???
« Last post by Vox on March 19, 2019, 10:03:27 PM »
Wow.  Came up on random tonight.  Not an album I usually get into, but impressive song, in the way it’s constructed and just overall.  I tend to forget about it, because I don’t listen to the stuff around it often.  Someday, I maintain this song will be used in some movie, show, or event and it will be heralded— every dog has its day.

As far as meaning... I think it’s about the trials of a long term relationship, and how everyone, even the dog on the street, can see the “troubles” for the two in the partnership, and how the couple feels the recede and swells in a personal relationship.
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General U2 Discussion / Re: Death Valley trip
« Last post by briscoetheque on March 19, 2019, 05:35:09 PM »
Just enjoy the trip. The racetrack, bad water basin, furnace Creek, Scotty's castle, dante's vew... All excellent.

Oh and pahrump. Don't forget pahrump. What a town.

OK. Maybe not the last one.
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General U2 Discussion / Re: Death Valley trip
« Last post by 73October on March 19, 2019, 03:49:30 PM »
I think there is also Bodie, which is the abandoned village that some of the photos were shot.  That's some kind of museum now, I think.
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General U2 Discussion / Death Valley trip
« Last post by Swedescott on March 19, 2019, 03:30:00 PM »
I'm two weeks out from making my first pilgrimage to "the" Joshua Tree.  Fingers crossed I can actually find it!  But that's not the point of this post, and I respect all the opinions on discussing its location.

More importantly, beyond the three shrine, Zabriskie Point, and the Harmony Hotel, are there any other U2-iconic places to go?  Or even better, are there other Joshua Tree-album pictures with other trees beyond the album cover?  Since it's no longer standing, I would love to recreate another one of their pictures with an original tree - if there is one.

Many thanks for any advice or guidance, U2 fan family!
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General U2 Discussion / Re: Where The Streets Has No Name
« Last post by Lizard on March 19, 2019, 01:17:55 PM »
Wow, that really is a wonderful audio. Thank you for posting!
They also played Moment of Surrender which is quite rare.
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