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  1. I think it's more like watching a movie on TV while standing outside looking through the window...something like that. You can see what's on, but you're not really there. Someone got his hands on a vinyl and done a FB listening party. What people are listening to is really an inferior source (recorded stream) and nowhere near the real thing. Some even argue that it's like a fake-leak... *chuckles* Anyway, people may, of course, decide for themselves but I have a feeling the new U2 album is too good to have its first listen spoiled by anything less than hi-fi HD stereo. Jus
  2. It is supposed to go with an app that must be registered to an account. All goes through TM I believe.
  3. Never had a chance in the first round, but hoping to succeed for May 12. Think I'll go for will call instead of the Flash tix...
  4. And even more than an opinion, TM has no credible way of denying that this isn't the case! I mean, pure as a TM business model it seems that the more tickets on these secondary markets, the better it is for them...
  5. Exactly! And what is the point of this lottery anyway?
  6. wish it would be under different circumstances though...
  7. This post at u2start was actually taken from another thread here at zootopia that also reports on this unfortunate issue: http://zootopia.u2.com/forums/topic/37467-anyone-receive-the-email-today/?page=5
  8. Thanks for looking into this Max! My husband has send you the info from both our accounts. Hoping to attended the Las Vegas show...
  9. I do remember my very first concert ever…and it was a U2 concert! Rotterdam, 1987, the 10th of June. It was sheer magic – despite the cliché, it is like falling in love really; the moment you’ve been struck you realize, “oh, this is what they mean with falling…” Anyway, I was sixteen and I finally had my parents agree to go to “that rock-show,” together with my friends and mates from school. And it was me that joined the queue one early Saturday morning to buy us all tickets. One of the most nerve-wrecking mornings of my life actually, not only because at 6 am the queue was already very long
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