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....AND I TRY TO SING THIS SONG OUT.....You let me in.

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As I listen live on my phone I can't help thinking back to the 1980s and browsing lines of bootleg cassettes with inserts roughly photocopied onto coloured paper.  Things have certainly changed a bit.

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1 minute ago, andy scotson said:

As I listen live on my phone I can't help thinking back to the 1980s and browsing lines of bootleg cassettes with inserts roughly photocopied onto coloured paper.  Things have certainly changed a bit.

I both miss and don't miss those days! :lol:

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Just now, andy scotson said:

As I listen live on my phone I can't help thinking back to the 1980s and browsing lines of bootleg cassettes with inserts roughly photocopied onto coloured paper.  Things have certainly changed a bit.

O'Connell St bridge in Dubs was a mecca for that sort of stuff.?

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1 minute ago, andy scotson said:

As I listen live on my phone I can't help thinking back to the 1980s and browsing lines of bootleg cassettes with inserts roughly photocopied onto coloured paper.  Things have certainly changed a bit.

was that you periscoping in Manchester?

 

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2 minutes ago, andy scotson said:

As I listen live on my phone I can't help thinking back to the 1980s and browsing lines of bootleg cassettes with inserts roughly photocopied onto coloured paper.  Things have certainly changed a bit.

 

1 minute ago, yardie said:

O'Connell St bridge in Dubs was a mecca for that sort of stuff.?

Going to admit right here, right now, that my first copy of the Joshua Tree was one of those b/c it's all I could afford when it first came out.  I have more than paid the band back for that album since then. :P

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Just now, andy scotson said:

Yep, did about 9 songs. 

thanks for the time and effort!!!

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Just now, andy scotson said:

Yep, did about 9 songs. 

Thank you very much! It was much appreciated!

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3 minutes ago, yardie said:

O'Connell St bridge in Dubs was a mecca for that sort of stuff.?

Wonderfully for a U2 fan, there was a shop called "Bad" by Leeds railway station that had a decent selection in the basement.

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Just now, andy scotson said:

Wonderfully for a U2 fan, there was a shop called "Bad" by Leeds railway station that had a decent selection in the basement.

I got the Pairc Ui Chaoimh Joshua Tree bootleg from some guy at the entrance of the university... awesome show, that one! ? 

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Just now, andy scotson said:

Wonderfully for a U2 fan, there was a shop called "Bad" by Leeds railway station that had a decent selection in the basement.

I know Leeds station, didn't know that! Nice one.?

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Just now, Manohlive said:

May I ask what mixlr feed has good sound?  having a hard time with it.

apparently is the one by Barcaqueen... 

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