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San Jose Shows 1 & 2 #U2ieTour Reviews & Comments Thread

What Was Your Favourite Song(s) Of Each Night?  

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  1. 1. Your favourite song(s) of Show 1? Please choose up to 3 (three) songs...

    • The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)
      2
    • Out Of Control
      11
    • Vertigo
      2
    • I Will Follow
      7
    • Iris (Hold Me Close)
      8
    • Cedarwood Road
      12
    • Song For Someone
      7
    • Sunday Bloody Sunday
      2
    • Raised By Wolves
      3
    • Until the End of the World
      7
    • Invisible
      5
    • Even Better Than The Real Thing
      1
    • Mysterious Ways
      2
    • When Love Comes To Town
      1
    • Angel Of Harlem
      3
    • Every Breaking Wave
      10
    • Bullet The Blue Sky
      4
    • Pride (In the Name of Love)
      1
    • Beautiful Day
      3
    • With Or Without You
      3
    • City of Blinding Lights
      2
    • Where The Streets Have No Name
      6
    • I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
      4
  2. 2. Your favourite song(s) of Show 2? Please choose up to 3 (three) songs...

    • The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)
      1
    • The Electric Co.
      6
    • Vertigo
      0
    • I Will Follow
      0
    • Iris (Hold Me Close)
      0
    • Cedarwood Road
      0
    • Song For Someone
      1
    • Sunday Bloody Sunday
      0
    • Raised By Wolves
      0
    • Until The End Of The World
      2
    • Invisible
      0
    • Even Better Than The Real Thing
      0
    • Mysterious Ways
      1
    • Desire
      1
    • Sweetest Thing
      0
    • Every Breaking Wave
      2
    • Bullet The Blue Sky
      0
    • Pride
      0
    • Beautiful Day
      1
    • Bad
      12
    • With Or Without You
      0
    • City Of Blinding Lights
      1
    • Where The Streets Have No Name
      0
    • One
      2


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New city, New show, new experiences...

 

Let everybody know how it was for you... Did you meet new friends? or meet again with old friends who share the same passion about the band?

 

Share your impressions, your photos and your videos...

 

thanks!!!

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Heard some of the show via stream and saw Youtube images.  I like Miracle much better live.  Nice bass and drums by Adam and Larry.  

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Not U2, but a follow-up to a post in the show thread. There is a Light...

 

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/may/19/peter-hook-the-light-joy-division-review

Great read this, thanks! Being a huge JD fan as well I would've loved to have been at that gig yesterday.... RIP Ian Curtis

 

Would love Bono to slip in a bit of "Love Will Tear us Apart" to a song again, a fitting tribute and one he has done before....

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Not U2, but a follow-up to a post in the show thread. There is a Light...

 

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/may/19/peter-hook-the-light-joy-division-review

Great read this, thanks! Being a huge JD fan as well I would've loved to have been at that gig yesterday.... RIP Ian Curtis

 

Would love Bono to slip in a bit of "Love Will Tear us Apart" to a song again, a fitting tribute and one he has done before....

 

 

I missed the first time that the LWTUA link is to a video from the show with the light coming through the stained glass window - brilliant!

 

I'll have to move that to the listening thread.

Edited by Koke-dera

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Just got back home.

 

Last night's show was incredible. Although the 7:30 start time on the tickets you can pretty much ignore. They started about 8:20.

 

The sound was unbelievable. Absolutely crisp and clean. Bono sounded great all night.

 

My favorites were Cedarwood Road (those effects!!!), Beautiful Day, and City of Blinding Lights.

 

Out of Control was a nice little treat from the Way-Back machine. Maybe someday before I ship off, they'll grant me my wish and actually play a few songs from October. Hey, a guy can dream, can't he?

 

All the new stuff sounded great, and fit right in with the rest of the catalogue. This show ended with a Joshua Tree-heavy encore, and I am just a tiny bit sad I didn't get to see Bad (my favorite U2 song). But that's really nothing to grouse over.

 

I just can't say enough. You always get your money's worth with U2, and last night was no exception. We had a wonderful time, and I hope you all do too. Enjoy the rest of the tour!

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I need to ask the crew what they were doing? Did they not know that the people behind the stage couldn't see or no one told them the screen was malfunctioning?

The screen that they set behind the stage didn't work half the time and when Bono was at the end of the stage we couldn't see him at all.

I really like the band, and wish I could have seen more of the show. I bought these tickets not knowing we would be behind the stage, so much for

trying to give a perfect present to my wife for Christmas. she loves you guys very much. I realize its my fault that I bought the seats I did, but lets fire the

tech in charge of the screen and I`ll come to work for you!!!!! Great concert, good luck on the rest of the tour. Sincerely J.Ross if you do read this!!

Ever think of a rotating stage? Just have to go slow so you don't fall off!! LOL

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not mine in any way, form or shape... but these paragraphs grabbed my attention...

 

Bono set the tone in the first break, riffing on the tour's iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE theme and asking the crowd: "Can you still experience innocence after all of these years?"

That's not always an easy question with U2. At this point, multiple generations can claim U2 origin stories; the musical bookmarks from their past that brought them out on a Monday night to sing along in near-religious fervor to the group's biggest hits.

At the same time, the band had the audience questioning: Where is our innocence after Ferguson and during the AIDS crisis? What have we learned from the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the conflict in Ireland? Can we become global citizens? What is magic and what is a trick?

Perhaps, that's what U2 does best. In the wake of thousands of glowing cell phones and selfie attempts, it's a band that can still insert a little humanity, charity and mystery into the rock 'n' roll juggernaut. On Monday, it was nostalgic and refreshing—and it felt a little innocent—all at once.

 

 

Review: U2 Bring Nostalgia and 'Innocence' to SAP Center
by Matt Crawford

 

http://activate.metroactive.com/2015/05/review-u2-sap-center-san-jose-innocence/

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Hey Guys, my wife and I live in Salem, Oregon and had GA tix for tonight's show in San Jose. We didn't have the money to get to San Jose so we missed it! Can anyone tell me if the rumors are strong for a stadium leg of the tour? If so we will go to Seattle. Thanks everyone.

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