Originally posted by vanquish:I meant to say I preferred the live version of ASOH from Wide Awake in America to the album version. But I still don't think of it as an exceptional song (will listen again today), the lyrics are not quite there, and it isn't musically interesting, ie unlike TUF. At least it's much better than the "Three Sunrises'.
I love the TUF documentary (aka. How We Made Pride...) where Edge is playing the riff to Three Sunrises on the acoustic and you have Danny Lanois et al doing some sort of Macarena dance
And just for reference, the version of ASOH from Wide Awake isn't live, it's just got crowd noise mixed in so TECHNICALLY I guess there's grounds to call it a studio version...but yeah it's a great version for sure. I like both TUF and WAIA versions of ASOH, personally.