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POLL: Is The New Album 'Great'?


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Is the album "great"?  

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    • yes Great!
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    • Good
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    • Average
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    • no, don't like it
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Posted · Hidden by Max Tsukino, September 12, 2014 - repeated post in several threads
Hidden by Max Tsukino, September 12, 2014 - repeated post in several threads

On Songs of Innocence, U2 confirm that they are no longer relevant! The sounds on this album are the sounds of the 70s and for lyrical inspiration, Bono has to go back to the past. Bono has been saying for a while now that if U2 put out two dud albums in a row - they will hang up their guitars (so to speak). The time has arrived boys! Thanks for the memories, but you've lost your way. You might have some of the critics fooled momentarily, but the rest of us think the last two albums have been rubbish. Songs of Innocence? Songs of Desperation! I've been with you on the journey since the Joshua Tree and have survived some challenges (No Line on the Horizon for example), but never, ever have I felt like turning my back on a U2 album so quickly. The Apple thing was a big mistake too - now we have the rest of our non-U2 fans angry because they have your album in their iTunes library unwanted and they direct their frustration at those of us who have traditionally been fans. 

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On Songs of Innocence, U2 confirm that they are no longer relevant! The sounds on this album are the sounds of the 70s and for lyrical inspiration, Bono has to go back to the past. Bono has been saying for a while now that if U2 put out two dud albums in a row - they will hang up their guitars (so to speak). The time has arrived boys! Thanks for the memories, but you've lost your way. You might have some of the critics fooled momentarily, but the rest of us think the last two albums have been rubbish. Songs of Innocence? Songs of Desperation! I've been with you on the journey since the Joshua Tree and have survived some challenges (No Line on the Horizon for example), but never, ever have I felt like turning my back on a U2 album so quickly. The Apple thing was a big mistake too - now we have the rest of our non-U2 fans angry because they have your album in their iTunes library unwanted and they direct their frustration at those of us who have traditionally been fans. 

 

I'm not a critic.  You don't speak for me or to me :P

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