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HansasHeroes1991

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About HansasHeroes1991

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    Male
  • Location
    Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
  • Interests
    I love music in every style
    from Clair de Lune
    to that mother***er Miles!!!
  • Favourite U2 Album
    Achtung Baby
  • Favourite U2 Single
    I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
  • First U2 Gig
    Ames, Iowa 11 September 1992
  • Recent U2 Gig
    Chicago, Illinois 25 June 2015
  • Best U2 Gig
    Kansas City 18 October 1992
  • Favourite U2 Person
    AdamBonoLarryEdge
  • Fav. Other Bands
    David Bowie Roxy Music The Smiths The Stone Roses XTC Kate Bush Cocteau Twins Joni Mitchell Kraftwerk The Beatles The Beach Boys Pink Floyd

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  1. Any assistance is most appreciated as many of these items are out of print, vinyl-only, and so on. Thank you in advance! SOON BREATHE / MANDELA VERSION MAGGIE’S FARM (SELF AID) WALK ON / ACOUSTIC {BURMA SOLDIER} WINTER / LINEAR WINTER / BROTHERS ACHTUNG BOX / KINDERGARTEN DEMOS CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE / MYSTERY TRAIN DUB UNKNOWN CALLER / SNOW PATROL REMIX LIGHTS OF HOME (MIKE STENT REMIX) THIS IS / ASLAN COVER MERCY {WIDE AWAKE IN EUROPE EP} MOMENT OF SURRENDER {WIDE AWAKE IN EUROPE EP} OCTOBER {INSTRUMENTAL - THE
  2. I really wish publications like Slicing Up Eyeballs and others could simply use words like SPOILER ALERT in their headlines about U2 rather than giving away surprises about their long-awaited show. I understand wanting to hook readers but it’s grating to already know a huge surprise about the show. I expect a thank you card from them for not being petty to the point of not offering a spoiler alert that I won’t read their work anymore in retaliation. I’ll still read it. Very bitterly.
  3. I have an easier time picking the songs I need to hear in Omaha next month... Lights of Home Summer of Love Red Flag Day The Blackout The Showman Love Is All We Have Left Get Out of Your Own Way
  4. The only thing I want in the U2.com shop is Passengers - Original Soundtracks Volume 1 plus b-sides The Million Dollar Hotel soundtrack All U2 b-sides, remixes, guest appearances, solo work, duets, fruitlegs, concert recordings, and video remixes, such as for The Fly and Numb. Every officially-released studio track, basically.
  5. I'm sorry. I have a bad habit of joining in pages and not bothering to read what has been said up until now. I see that I am not alone in my thinking on this. Cheers.
  6. I haven't followed this thread, but I wanted to add my two cents about SoE... I messed with the track order a bit. * Love Is All We Have Left Lights of Home (St. Peter's String Version) You're the Best Thing About Me Get Out of Your Own Way American Soul The Blackout Summer of Love * Red Flag Day The Showman (Little More Better) Book of Your Heart The Little Things That Give You Away Landlady Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way 13 (There Is A Light) Moving up The Blackout feels much better to
  7. Summer of Love has been the brightest gem on the album for me. I don't know if this song is single material, but it is a glorious piece of work.
  8. I completely agree on the NLotH singles. I tend to change the order of songs on most of their albums as well. Magnificent should've been the first single. I can hear DJs having to say, "U2 is back and their new single is Magnificent..." How'd they miss that opportunity??? In the case of their new album, Your The Best Thing About Me was a great choice for first single. After that, it's the question of a great song vs. a great single. Not every song can be both. Personally, I'd go for Lights of Home, Red Flag Day, and Summer of Love.
  9. Boy is a top shelf album from front to back. There's always a gimmick with these tours, like a giant space ship-like stage setup for 360, for instance. Boy would bring loads of people out to see them. Achtung Baby would as well. The space/baby face symbol replacing the Joshua tree is a brilliant idea! U2 need to return to Oz and perhaps Japan as well...South America seems to eat up their shows. I'm in Lincoln, Nebraska, so I usually just have to drive a few hours to see them...or catch the train. It'll be Tulsa for me next, most likely. I saw Zoo TV twic
  10. I'm guessing U2 could play Boy in its entirety, take a twenty minute break, then play Achtung Baby in its entirety. After that, perhaps an encore, but those two albums already total 23 tunes. That's a lot of show. I guess I'm just itching for the media madness to return. Let's go back to Trabantland...
  11. I don't know if this forum would be a good place in which to begin a petition, but I welcome better ideas of how to go about it... I keep imagining the Innocence/Experience idea being taken to its next logical step, which is a tour celebrating Boy and Achtung Baby. I don't think this is too far fetched of an idea. As magical tours in U2's history go, this would be an absolute smash. Please comment as to whether you would like to see this pair of albums on tour.
  12. Is it just me, or is the REAL Innocence + Experience moment still ahead of us? Think about this for a second...2020/2021...U2 tour Boy AND Achtung Baby. You know I'm right, people... we should start a petition or something...
  13. JCF, thank you very much for your kind words! Most appreciated! Grande 3:16, your remark about the chorus of Zoo Station sounding like "gestation" made me smile. Considering that the song is partly about a baby coming into the world, and considering the difficult conception and birthing process for Achtung Baby, "gestation" would've been quite apt!
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