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mattydd

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  1. I would love to hear Songs of Ascent However, I'd love it to be in its original Eno/Lanois form, even with the original version of Every Breaking Wave. Unfortunately, I fear that this album will be bastardised from its original form, corrupted by Ryan Tedder's malign influence. What is originally supposed to be a meditative and contemplative album will no doubt be influxed with various generic cut and paste choruses of the like we heard on Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. If anything sums up U2 trying to create the big euphoric hits of late, it's definitely 'contrived' and 'for
  2. All That You Can't Leave Behind? It's a great album, and U2's last effort that seemed to deliver what it set out to do with its incredible focused. You have the euphoric first few tracks but regardless, I always get a sense of peace and serenity from the album. I'm always struck by it's understated and thoughtful nature. It's a beautiful album and one that is like daylight in contrast to the darker material they tackled in the 1990s. Moving on to the 1990s then. why there hasn't been a Pop reissue I have no idea. While it is a bit messy (starts at a party and ends at a funeral yet ev
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