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  1. Thanks Max. I have now managed to do it by using my work email address (!) although it worked via Chrome not IE! Very confusing, but I have now registered successfully so next step is getting tickets on Monday! Thank you again - appreciated your help.
  2. Thank you. However,, it is definitely not in the Junk folder, and I've tried it using IE on a Windows laptop, - but will a laptop not work?
  3. I am having problems with this registration. I have tried numerous times, from different browsers, to 'join' and am putting my email address in the 'sign-up' bit; I then press 'verify email address', a message comes up saying an email has been sent to me and that I must click the link to complete verification. But....I am not receiving any verification email and it's driving me mad! Can anyone help / advise please? Thanks
  4. Like a number of people on here I am a bit worried about the mobile telephone number issue linked to the TM for the verified fan set-up. I am in the UK hence my mobile number starts with a '0'. I am in the Experience priority group and am hoping to get tickets for a US gig. However, I don't want to be in the position of not receiving my text and, therefore, no pre-sale code, because TM can't get their act together and work out that they need to drop the '0' after adding the +44 prefix. i know the Mods on here do a great job, for which we are all grateful, but can they please clarify this position for us all? Thank you.
  5. I sent the following email to the official U2 Information Service in Dublin (info@numb.ie) last night (UK time). I'll let everyone know if I get a reply… "Hi there, Just wondering if the band read any of the fan forums on the internet at all? If they don't, they should take a look at the forum on @u2.com (the best 1 out there by the way) and the confusion / anger / upset about the Billboard article published today saying that the new album has been delayed again until 2015. After all the recent quotes from the band members hinting that an album and tour announcement is imminent (including Bono saying only last week that there are 2 albums nearly ready), plus the increased activity with the releases of Ordinary Love and Invisible, it is indeed very sad if the guys now feel the need to hire yet more producers to try and find the magic to enable them to finish 12 songs for an album. Fans appreciate that the band only want to release something when they are happy with it - and we all know that they are perfectionists (which is why we've had 35+ years of brilliant music and tours already) - but then they should really just keep quiet and stop teasing us. Fans want them to stop trying to make pop songs for the kids and instead make ballsy / angry / groundbreaking / experimental music like they used to. No-one expects anything as good as Achtung Baby again (there can't be, as that was a perfect record) but fans want U2 to stop over-producing stuff again and again, and instead just have the guts to release something that's different. It would be nice if U2 could put out an official statement of some kind, either to say the Billboard article is not true, or to say it is true - in which case they should disappear completely for this year, get their faces out of the music press, stop attending conferences about non-music things (Bono) and go away and finish the album. Alternatively, if there really is nothing left in the tank maybe they should call it a day - that will be a terrible day but at least fans would know where things stand. Someone needs to tell the band that the quickest way to irrelevance is to release nothing at all. With kind regards from a dedicated, loyal, but frustrated U2 fan."
  6. I sent the following email to the official U2 Information Service in Dublin (info@numb.ie) last night (UK time). I'll let everyone know if I get a reply… "Hi there, Just wondering if the band read any of the fan forums on the internet at all? If they don't, they should take a look at the forum on @u2.com (the best 1 out there by the way) and the confusion / anger / upset about the Billboard article published today saying that the new album has been delayed again until 2015. After all the recent quotes from the band members hinting that an album and tour announcement is imminent (including Bono saying only last week that there are 2 albums nearly ready), plus the increased activity with the releases of Ordinary Love and Invisible, it is indeed very sad if the guys now feel the need to hire yet more producers to try and find the magic to enable them to finish 12 songs for an album. Fans appreciate that the band only want to release something when they are happy with it - and we all know that they are perfectionists (which is why we've had 35+ years of brilliant music and tours already) - but then they should really just keep quiet and stop teasing us. Fans want them to stop trying to make pop songs for the kids and instead make ballsy / angry / groundbreaking / experimental music like they used to. No-one expects anything as good as Achtung Baby again (there can't be, as that was a perfect record) but fans want U2 to stop over-producing stuff again and again, and instead just have the guts to release something that's different. It would be nice if U2 could put out an official statement of some kind, either to say the Billboard article is not true, or to say it is true - in which case they should disappear completely for this year, get their faces out of the music press, stop attending conferences about non-music things (Bono) and go away and finish the album. Alternatively, if there really is nothing left in the tank maybe they should call it a day - that will be a terrible day but at least fans would know where things stand. Someone needs to tell the band that the quickest way to irrelevance is to release nothing at all. With kind regards from a dedicated, loyal, but frustrated U2 fan."
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