1. I think its a consensus that fans on this awesome site are not fans of Guy Oseary. It would be interesting to see what Madonna's fans think of him. Kind of comparing apples and oranges but still an interesting data point.
  2. I wonder if Guy had even met the members of U2… lol
  3. Originally posted by LostSailor:I think its a consensus that fans on this awesome site are not fans of Guy Oseary. It would be interesting to see what Madonna's fans think of him. Kind of comparing apples and oranges but still an interesting data point.
    @u2wanderer1
  4. Originally posted by RUMMY:I just want the audio from the thing. Heck, even that wouldn't be a very big deal since there are already quite a number of high quality recordings from this tour as it is.
    Haha yeah I thought the same. Whatever they release it probably won't sound superior to hoserama's matrix of Pasadena so there's no point


  5. Maybe a reworked version of Heartland will be part of Songs of Surrender and the movie release will be tied in with the SOS album release?
  6. Full speed ahead to Songs of Surrender and a new album. I couldn't care less about this JT movie anymore.
  7. Originally posted by bpt3:Full speed ahead to Songs of Surrender and a new album. I couldn't care less about this JT movie anymore.
    Agree! One contract driven nostalgia trip was enough. We don't need a professionally released documentary to relive it. U2 should drop the live version of Heartland and we should all collectively move on and be "ready for what's next."
  8. I just watched or tried to watch a TJT-2019 show last night.
    The first batch of songs on the B-stage are spectacular, as is the start of streets - but then it sort of falls flat, at least when I try to watch shows at home.
    I really liked the 3 TJT-shows I saw 2017, Rome 1 is amongst the best I ever attended, but TJT anniversary tour is the only tour I haven't watched a full recording of at home.