Originally posted by bono92:Bono said if you fall in love with a band when youre 13, its part of you forever.
Became a fan right after the Vertigo tour and I was 13 at the time. Started to go through every song and album, started to play electric guitar, bought an effect pedal. Started to listen to bootlegs so four years just flew away. Then Boots leaked and I thought it was a joke, they were trying to spoof us. This was not the U2 I fell in love with. Well Boots was not a joke. But I remember the hype for the album and for the tour. But yeah No Line is not my favourtite album, but it gave me Magnificent, Breathe and the song No Line On The Horizon. Songs that reminds me of my youth, songs that will be part of me forever.
Originally posted by SJKamal:Damn, I was 16 when I found U2. Guess I'll be saying goodbye to them soon then
Looking forward to my ultra clear vinyl to arrive. A few people have said that the vinyl sounds completely different, that it gives a completely different take on the album, than the cd/streaming options. is this true?
Originally posted by blueeyedboy:[..]
I have the original vinyl for this, so I won't speak for the re-issue, but I'll still defend what I've always said - this album was made for vinyl! There is just something about, some kind of dynamic (for me, anyway) that takes the experience to a new level on the vinyl.
When you get it, let me know what you think.
P.S. - Headphones make it even better!