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 didn't like the album title personally. I wasn't sure how ironic you could be in rock 'n' roll and I suspected that you couldn't be very ironic at all. Calling it Pop carried the wrong message. It wasn't a pop album, it was a modern album, but U2 were still a rock 'n' roll band."
- Paul McGuinness on Pop
did you know
Starting life as two seperate demos, 'Ultra Violet' and '69', later evolving into 'Lady With The Spinning Head', The Edge improvised a riff that the rest of the band worked with. With said riff, 'One' was born, ultimately changing the outlook of the sessions and more importantly, keeping the band together.