Paulj101

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  1. Absolutely brilliant set list. Gloria followed by Red Flag Day...Acrobat... still hoping for Ordinary Love and Book of Your Heart but overall the most eclectic set they’ve played in years. Roll on Manchester
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    This SOE is shaping up to be a gem

    Loving the new set list. A brave but correct decision to drop all JT tracks. Would love to hear more tracks from SOE:Book of your Heart, Ordinary Love, Summer of Love, or Red Flag Day plus The Unforgettable Fire and rotating a few choice album tracks across the set list from show to show: Fire, Like a song, Surrender, Wire, Indian Summer Sky, Always Crashing, Mofo ( anything from pop or zooropa would be fab). Have they ever played A man and a woman live? Absolutely over the moon they’ve finally added Acrobat. Roll on Manchester.
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    'Augment Your Reality'

    Ok. That’s mental..,
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    'Augment Your Reality'

    I concur. I absolutely hate phones at gigs as it utterly ruins it for everyone around them. Hopefully the AR will be stunning and then people will get back to living in the moment (that they can’t get out of ) with U2
  5. Me too. Still waiting. It's particularly irksome as there are copies on ebay (already).
  6. I absolutely agree. I know for sure, the majority of subscribers would be heading to Dublin if they had the chance.
  7. I'm in block 116 which is Adam side, lower tier.
  8. Tickets are £35 up to £400. Mine were £101 each. To think I paid £19 for my Zoo TV tickets
  9. I would have much preferred Scotland as I live in Newcastle. The Hydra gigs on the I&E were amazing. I do wish they'd simply announce all dates up front....including Dublin
  10. Me too. Got side of the stage. It's going to be interesting be this close
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    This SOE is shaping up to be a gem

    I've been a fan since 1984 and I think the last two records have been two of the strongest of the bands entire career. The I&E tour was utterly mind blowing. I saw the Joshua Tree tour in Rome and it showed how much confidence they currently have opening with a salvo of Sunday Bloody Sunday, New Year's Day, and Bad and then straight into Streets. I hope the set for E&I focuses more heavily on post Joshua Tree period - I'd love to hear a few tracks from Zooropa and Pop, as well as Acrobat (the eternal wish), and Love is Blindness. Book of your Heart, Ordinary Love, and practically anything from SOE with the exception of 'Love is bigger than anything in its way'. I'd bet a fair amount they'll open with 'Love is all we have left' and 'The Blackout'....