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The Achtung Baby tour 2021 (whishful thinking...)

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I didn't get to see ZooTV (had to settle for the VHS release when it came out), so yeah I'd be up for that. :P

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I didn't get to see ZooTV (had to settle for the VHS release when it came out), so yeah I'd be up for that. :P

 

same here

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Nahhh...I'm cool with just a JT anniversary tour. Looking forward to it actually. Any more than that it will start to look like they're saying goodbye. I'm not ready for that... I don't think they are either.

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Nahhh...I'm cool with just a JT anniversary tour. Looking forward to it actually. Any more than that it will start to look like they're saying goodbye. I'm not ready for that... I don't think they are either.

At 61?

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Nahhh...I'm cool with just a JT anniversary tour. Looking forward to it actually. Any more than that it will start to look like they're saying goodbye. I'm not ready for that... I don't think they are either.

At 61?

I mean Rush retired around that age. Now I'm not saying they would but it's definitely happened.

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what do you say?

can the 30 anniversary tours can become a thing...

One can only hope! That was my first and best U2 tour concerts. And U2 best almbum ever, and the last good one they released.

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Nahhh...I'm cool with just a JT anniversary tour. Looking forward to it actually. Any more than that it will start to look like they're saying goodbye. I'm not ready for that... I don't think they are either.

At 61?

I mean Rush retired around that age. Now I'm not saying they would but it's definitely happened.

 

 

Paul McCartney & Ringo Star still going strong... Come on U2 you can do it! :) 

 

Who knows, I'm not certainly going to contemplate it. I'm just going to enjoy them. I can say that as long as they want to play, I'll definitely still attend the concerts and buy the music. 

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Ha ha, bring it on! ZooTV was the daddy (was at Parkhead, Glasgow). 360 & i&e came close mind. Considering it was 1992/3, less technologically advanced, but the set and playlist untouchable.

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