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JoMan
29 September, 2011
The Fly
In your face, in your head, in your feet, in your groin and in your heart all at the same time. A poetic, iconic, and sonic tonic. Message colliding with visual to establish Bono's truly uncontrollable alter ego that still lives today and an infectious sound that defined the extreme tonality of the entire Zoo TV set. A perpetual metronome tome straight from home of the Metro Gnome.
flutter01
26 September, 2011
One
It speaks what the rest of the world is afraid to say.
maarten
23 September, 2011
ONE
I love all those songs, but One is epic. Most non-U2 fans know One! Not Ultraviolet, Mysterious Ways, The Fly or Until The End Of The World. One is amazing, just like the other songs! But One had the biggest impact for U2 and the rest of the world! For sure!
radar
18 September, 2011
Ultra violet
A song I fell in love with when I first heard it, along with mysterious ways. I was so disappointed when they dropped it onthe zoo tv tour but all was forgiven in on the 360 tour in New Jersey. Sent shivers down the spine. And the power and desperation in Bono's voive at the rose bowl.....breathtaking.
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