1. I never used to like Red Light, but I've come to love it. It's a very experimental track, really. I like how jazzy it is. Just a good bit of fun, I think.
  2. Originally posted by CMIPalaeo:[..]
    I never used to like Red Light, but I've come to love it. It's a very experimental track, really. I like how jazzy it is. Just a good bit of fun, I think.
    I'm just not sure if a "fun" song belongs on an album called War.
  3. The Refugee fits the War theme but it's complete rubbish. Compared to it, Red Light is like Out Of Control II.
  4. I actually like both Red Light and The Refugee. I actually used to hate Drowning Man, but through time it's become a favorite off of War.
  5. Numb- sorry The Edge but you blow me away with everything else!
  6. Miami
  7. Is That All? is one I've never been able to get into. And the fact it's the closer on October just makes me like it less, easily their worst closing track. They should've just recorded The Cry.
  8. Originally posted by CMIPalaeo:Is That All? is one I've never been able to get into. And the fact it's the closer on October just makes me like it less, easily their worst closing track. They should've just recorded The Cry.
    "Is That All?" is terrible. I'm sure I've stated this multiple times over the years in this very thread.
  9. Grace could be it for me, California doesn't bring any freshness of creativity, cedars of Lebanon and Yahweh
  10. U2 wrote Miami
  11. One feat. Mary J. Blidge, The Saints Are Coming feat. Green Day, Windows In The Skies. In my opinion these songs from the 18 Singles era are terrible.
  12. And Miami is a great live. On the album it's ok.
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