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About Ender

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    Nashville, TN
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    Nashville Indie Electronic Artist. Husband. Father. Blogger. Success is not a bad word - it's the BEST one.
  • Favourite U2 Album
  • Favourite U2 Single
    The Fly
  • First U2 Gig
    Albany NY Elevation 2001
  • Recent U2 Gig
    Vanderbilt 360 2011
  • Best U2 Gig
    Vanderbilt 360 2011
  • Favourite U2 Person
  • Fav. Other Bands
    The Killers, Muse, Walk The Moon, Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage, David Bowie, INXS, Duran Duran

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  1. Still looking for this A2Z POP thing... I've tried a few places but not really getting any hits which shocks me. Any other thoughts on what I can try or where I can look? Surely someone must have this tucked away somewhere.
  2. Hey thank you so much. I'll check this out! That video you're referring to I THINK is called the DM Deep Club Mix or something like that. Tried looking for that on YouTube (could have sworn I saw it recently) but couldn't find it. I did find a truncated version of it here, however: https://www.u2.com/media/player/223/6
  3. Good day y'all! I have two questions/requests. Back in 1997 when U2 premiered Discotheque it was on a "special" called U2 A2Z MTV, which played all of U2's videos in alphabetical order, including the new single. I recorded this on VHS but I don't know where that went and I don't really have a way to pull it off of there. I can't find it on YouTube anywhere. There MUST be a U2 fan somewhere who recorded this and converted it to digital. If you are that U2 fan, or you know someone who is, please let me know. I'd love to get my hands on it. Bonus if you've got the commercials it aired w
  4. Thank you!!!!!! Saw you were at the Nashville show... that's my turf but I didn't get to go.
  5. Hey BBF are you a Nashvillian or did you just happen to make your way through the southeast at that time? Curious - I'm from Nashville myself. Missed that show because they priced me out of the darned thing.
  6. Got mine. Quick q - where can I see all the other stuff that's supposed to be here on the website for it, like the digital version and extra videos the offer talks about?
  7. Ha! Sorry... I obviously misspoke on that. For some reason in my brain I thought nearly every U2 fan had heard of it. Got some new music coming soon, Manohlive, so stay tuned. Really appreciate your support!
  8. Good afternoon! My church has more or less drafted me to put together a U2Charist, and I'm not really sure where to start or how to get this going. I'm vaguely familiar with some of it, and of course I know what it is (I AM a U2 fan after all) but I don't really know how to get it going or how to organize it. If you could please send me off in the right direction with any included recommendations or advice, I would be very grateful. Have a wonderful day!
  9. You know, I'm a big vinyl head. I prefer vinyl to everything else. And this is because I am a bit old school in that I like the idea of listening to music as being an active experience - HAVING to get up and turn the vinyl over, looking through the sleeve or booklet etc... For me music has ALWAYS been about the entire package, not just the song. So, for me, vinyl is the perfect annual gift (though... this year's and last year's I thought were kind of lame). That being said, I'm not like everyone else. And I respect that. I 100% agree that U2.com/Fanfire (or whoever) would save a bunch of
  10. I can't find the post now but whoever said that he/she would like to know how these things are chosen and who, ultimately, makes the final decision, I'm 100% on board with. Here's the thing. I love U2. I will probably always resubscribe - I've done it since the Elevation Tour (I think... is that when it started?). I am very well aware that U2 specifically is not necessarily to blame for the choice of material or the gift itself - that's LiveNation, most likely. BUT I used to work in a call center. I was employed by a big computer company. When I spoke to a customer on the phone
  11. If they do a 30th Anniversary box set of Rattle and Hum (which I admit I'll buy just to have it) when they didn't do POP last year, I'll riot.
  12. I'm sorry you're bummed about the gift. I hear ya. I mean, I LOVE vinyl. I've been collecting it for a decade now so I'm cool with this being vinyl. Not really cool with the content etc. I'm like... Rattle And Hum? Really?! That being said, I think you're spot on about the CD aspect. If they are going to do a music release and vinyl is a part of that and, knowing that not everyone wants or can play vinyl, therefore many will want an alternative, why not even go the extra step past mp3/lossless and actually PRESS a CD with the same packaging etc? I get it, this is a cool collector's item.
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