AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only

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AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« on: February 20, 2021, 09:38:05 PM »
Last thread in the series...

Whoís going first?

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2021, 09:45:45 PM »
MPare1966 it's a Red flag Day

He was in the world, and the world was made by Him, and the world knew Him not.

John 1:10

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2021, 10:05:31 PM »
I actually enjoy the ending of Lights of Home, and I like LIBTAIIW a lot (which even surprises me tbh). The ending of BOYH is the best part of the whole album even if it's just a bonus track. Might even be my favorite U2 moment of the '10s.
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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #4 on: February 20, 2021, 10:44:33 PM »
TLTTGYA, they nailed it.

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #5 on: February 20, 2021, 10:52:04 PM »
Book of Your Heart is an outstanding track. It's the the only U2 song to successfully merge the band's talents with modern production. That practice before had always meant disaster.

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #6 on: February 20, 2021, 11:09:54 PM »
TLTTGYA, they nailed it.

Humm... yeah. Give us more of that, please.

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #7 on: February 21, 2021, 03:21:49 AM »
Love is all we have left is, IMO, one of U2ís perfect songs. And yes, it has auto tune. This and they played The Ocean on E+I makes me think the band has one very good ambient album under their sleeves.

The strings version of Lights of Home works very well for me, even the cheesy ending. It really fits the song, IMO.

There are many, many good things about The Blackout and American Soul, in terms of intention and sound overall.

I can be found whistling Get out of your own way, which isnít a bad thing.

Summer of love and red flag day work for me too. I can totally get into them.

Iíve always said that the 1978 U2 would be very proud of the Showman. And very rightly so.

Little Things has one of Bonoís best recorded vocal takes, along with Nigel Godrichís take on Walk On.

Book of Your Heart is amazing in every way.
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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #8 on: February 21, 2021, 03:22:59 AM »
This and they played The Ocean on E+I makes me think the band has one very good ambient album under their sleeves.

If only there were a renowned ambient artist the band could call on to produce such a record...

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #9 on: February 21, 2021, 04:11:44 AM »
Love is all we have left is, IMO, one of U2ís perfect songs. And yes, it has auto tune. This and they played The Ocean on E+I makes me think the band has one very good ambient album under their sleeves.

The strings version of Lights of Home works very well for me, even the cheesy ending. It really fits the song, IMO.

There are many, many good things about The Blackout and American Soul, in terms of intention and sound overall.

I can be found whistling Get out of your own way, which isnít a bad thing.

Summer of love and red flag day work for me too. I can totally get into them.

Iíve always said that the 1978 U2 would be very proud of the Showman. And very rightly so.

Little Things has one of Bonoís best recorded vocal takes, along with Nigel Godrichís take on Walk On.

Book of Your Heart is amazing in every way.

I agree with quite a lot of this. Apart from GOOYOW. I cannot think of a single thing to recommend it.

Mimi

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2021, 06:01:22 AM »
Love is all we have left is, IMO, one of U2ís perfect songs. And yes, it has auto tune. This and they played The Ocean on E+I makes me think the band has one very good ambient album under their sleeves.

The strings version of Lights of Home works very well for me, even the cheesy ending. It really fits the song, IMO.

There are many, many good things about The Blackout and American Soul, in terms of intention and sound overall.

I can be found whistling Get out of your own way, which isnít a bad thing.

Summer of love and red flag day work for me too. I can totally get into them.

Iíve always said that the 1978 U2 would be very proud of the Showman. And very rightly so.

Little Things has one of Bonoís best recorded vocal takes, along with Nigel Godrichís take on Walk On.

Book of Your Heart is amazing in every way.

I agree with quite a lot of this. Apart from GOOYOW. I cannot think of a single thing to recommend it.

Mimi

It's better than The Blackout and American Soul.  They are pigswill.





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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #11 on: February 21, 2021, 06:29:18 AM »
HEY HEY "a thread of worship only" please!
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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #12 on: February 21, 2021, 06:42:50 AM »
HEY HEY "a thread of worship only" please!

Thank you maíam.
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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #13 on: February 21, 2021, 06:46:12 AM »
The end is not as fun as the start

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Re: AT THE FAR END OF EXPERIENCE - a thread of worship only
« Reply #14 on: February 21, 2021, 06:46:16 AM »
Love is all we have left is, IMO, one of U2ís perfect songs. And yes, it has auto tune. This and they played The Ocean on E+I makes me think the band has one very good ambient album under their sleeves.

The strings version of Lights of Home works very well for me, even the cheesy ending. It really fits the song, IMO.

There are many, many good things about The Blackout and American Soul, in terms of intention and sound overall.

I can be found whistling Get out of your own way, which isnít a bad thing.

Summer of love and red flag day work for me too. I can totally get into them.

Iíve always said that the 1978 U2 would be very proud of the Showman. And very rightly so.

Little Things has one of Bonoís best recorded vocal takes, along with Nigel Godrichís take on Walk On.

Book of Your Heart is amazing in every way.

I agree with quite a lot of this. Apart from GOOYOW. I cannot think of a single thing to recommend it.

Mimi

It's better than The Blackout and American Soul.  They are pigswill.

I disagree.

Blackout is pretty good apart from the awful rhyming lyrics. American Soul is musically very good.

Mimi