There is a new You Too, you can vote for this new poll on the frontpage and discuss it in this thread.
The question of this new You Too is:
What is now your favourite all-time Streets segue?
- Running To Stand Still > Streets (ZooTV)
- Please > Streets (Popmart)
- Bad/40 > Streets (Elevation)
- All I Want Is You > Streets (Elevation)
- Pride > Streets (Vertigo)
- Walk On > Streets (360)
- Mother And Child Reunion > Streets (I&E)
- Zooropa > Streets (I&E)
Please vote on the frontpage of the website, in this topic you can tell us why you voted for your answer.
Running>Streets - ZOOTV because Achtung Baby-atmosphere, a LOT of guitar, Edge played a lot of spine-tingling notes and a very smooth EFFECT, the transition seemed to never end and it was abstract, intense, artistic, perfect !!!!!! Generally was a great atmosphere from U2, the red screens, Bono waving symbolically to himself in the Joshua tree desert - meaning departure from their serious-up-tight-old-style and welcome the experimental, don't take yourself too serious style !!! A second close comes Please>Streets...No words !
"I marched along with thousands of other Irish people at an anti-war rally in Dublin. It's the first time I've ever marched against anything. I felt I had to do something. It was weird then seeing Bono on pictures with Tony Blair and George W. Bush. The moral of the story is we can't afford to get the war and Africa confused."
- Larry on Bono's campaigning for the African issues in 2005
did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.