1. Walk To The Water is a masterpiece to me! It stood the test of time and I would love to hear it live (same goes for Heartland) but I think it's one of those few U2 songs that sounds better on the record than it does live.
  2. O my! I used to play these b-sides more than any other 45rpm vinyl

    The thing is that "Luminous Times" and "Walk To The Water" were on 1 side together (quite rare in these days - EP's were more a 60-ies thing), so I hardly listened to one without the other. I vote for "B-sides" should be played in sequence as well."

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    Walk To The Water gets my vote - when I HAVE to choose (with a gun on my head stuff)
  3. Originally posted by buenoranti:Walk To The Water is a masterpiece to me! It stood the test of time and I would love to hear it live (same goes for Heartland) but I think it's one of those few U2 songs that sounds better on the record than it does live.
    I agree with that. They will never play it live. But Spanish Eyes what an opener would that be on the new tour. They surprise the whole crowd with it.
  4. SILVER AND FUCKING GOLD
  5. How on earth is Sweetest Thing above Deep In The Heart???
  6. I voted for Luminous Times but I gotta say there are about 20 other songs (not including anything from JT or any war horses) that I'd rather witness than any of these ones.
  7. Originally posted by RUMMY:I voted for Luminous Times but I gotta say there are about 20 other songs (not including anything from JT or any war horses) that I'd rather witness than any of these ones.
    Only 20? I'm more like 50
  8. Yes, you're right. I meant to say 20 songs from the eighties that I'd rather hear than these b-sides.
  9. Which of these Joshua Tree b-sides would you like to hear the most live?
    Silver and Gold - 27.6%
    Spanish Eyes - 22.5%
    Luminous Times (Hold On To Love) - 20.6%
    Walk To The Water - 12.8%
    Sweetest Thing - 10%
    Deep In The Heart - 4.1%
    Race Against Time - 1.7%
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