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25-11-2017, 19:23   #16
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Getting Excited now ðŸ˜
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I’m hoping Glasgow is on this tour, the venue last time was amazing on I&E tour
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I’m hoping Glasgow is on this tour, the venue last time was amazing on I&E tour
The 2nd show in Glasgow on the I&E tour was my favourite show of that tour.
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The 2nd show in Glasgow on the I&E tour was my favourite show of that tour.
Likewise. Something special.
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I’m hoping Glasgow is on this tour, the venue last time was amazing on I&E tour
The 2nd show in Glasgow on the I&E tour was my favourite show of that tour.

That’s the one myself was at, really special night. The band were in top form , seemed really intimate . Definitely go back again, and the flights are so cheap ðŸ‘ðŸ»
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The I+E tour was brilliant IMO.
Then again, dodgy sound aside, I've never been at a U2 gig that wasn't good.

Hate admitting it but, only band that has made me cry at a gig. Little Things is so powerful to me
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The I+E tour was brilliant IMO.
Then again, dodgy sound aside, I've never been at a U2 gig that wasn't good.

Hate admitting it but, only band that has made me cry at a gig. Little Things is so powerful to me
Have cried after being genuinely moved at many a u2 gig. 6ft 4 and 18 stone. It was only a bit of dirt in my eye.
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Yep been there on a few occasions, crazy how music can make you feel. Have to say the last night of the I & E in the 3 arena got me, felt it had gone full circle for me, from listening to the radio on NYE 89/90 and playing that gig over and over to actually seeing them in the point was something I won’t forget. I was at a couple of those 2015 gigs in the point and like Glasgow, something went off on the Sat ..
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I’m not going to listen until it’s out officially but the reviews all seem to be that it’s a really strong album. I hope this is the case.

And if, as someone said above, the best songs are the ones that haven’t been released yet, it must be one hell of an album.
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The best part of the last tour was the introduction of October into the set.

They could do worse than going with a heavy 90s set on the next tour. Possibky part of the experience theme?
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The best part of the last tour was the introduction of October into the set.

They could do worse than going with a heavy 90s set on the next tour. Possibky part of the experience theme?
This was something I've thought/hoped. Would love to have a Baby-Zooropa-Pop heavy set if I'm being honest!

Only a few days now for the new tunes...
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Yes. Spectacular.
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The 2nd show in Glasgow on the I&E tour was my favourite show of that tour.
Best of the 4 I saw also.
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That Sat night in Glasgow was a humdinger.
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Thinking back on that night I cant remember many mobile phones held in the air. Everyone seemed to be in the moment. Wonder has that anything to do with it.
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