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Songs you want to hear on the Joshua Tree Tour 2017?

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I would also love to hear live, Acrobat, Gone and there are a couple of favourites of the War album too....Don't think it'll ever happen. But that's okay, I'm happy and lucky enough to be there this year for the 30th anniversary of the JT album!!! 

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Besides all of JT:  Drowning Man, Two Hearts, Out of Control, a bunch of stuff from Unforgettable Fire.

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Ultra Violet (I've never heard the whole thing performed live)

Beautiful Ghost / Introduction to Songs of Experience ;)

God Part II

 

Probably not likely, but a girl can dream...
 

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Wishful thinking with some of these but with so much flexibility and no new music to showcase , why not?

Drowning Man

A Sort of Homecoming

And to celebrate Pop Please and Discotheque

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For me it has to be a proper nostalgia-fest with the music coming from the Boy, October, War, Unforgettable Fire and Joshua Tree.  The eighties were the best and U2 music was such a huge part of my teen years.  An CaT Dubh from the Boy album along with Into the Heart, Stories for boys and A day without me are my favourites.........I could go on and on through the other albums but as long as they chuck in a sneaky Party Girl at some point I'd be happy.

 

There was a rumour they may play a few tracks from their new album which, as much as I am dying to hear, I would hope they would leave that for another tour.

 

Can't wait!!  :D

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Apart from the obvious JT rarities, I've been waiting 18 years to hear Angel Of Harlem live, and missed it on every tour. If you're reading this, lads, *please* can you play it at Twickenham?!

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