1. @Peterrrrr The first 'True' is the highest note in NYD and is a B, semitone higher than the 'Break' note. They play it in album tuning here, impressive how Bono's going flat out. Must have something to do with the location
  2. Originally posted by melon51:[..]
    @Peterrrrr The first 'True' is the highest note in NYD and is a B, semitone higher than the 'Break' note. They play it in album tuning here, impressive how Bono's going flat out. Must have something to do with the location
    Thanks!
    Im going to go through version from 360 Tour, because there where some good vocal moments on those

    This is pretty impsressive also


  3. U2 always play best in the rain!
  4. A couple of more great versions





  5. 9:32, more of that falsetto Bono please
  6. Fat Lady is back !!!
  7. Yesss glad others are noticing. Falsetto hasnt been this good in years
  8. Originally posted by germcevoy:I’ve said it a million times now but he no longer has that raw power and talent to mask his lack of technical ability. I genuinely believe he needs to take singing lessons. Back to basics with breathing and knowing your range then working on it from there.


    Am i wrong in remembering reading he does/did have a vocal teacher circa 2000 ?
  9. There where a lot of falsettos on 360 Tour, so it is 11 years since