Does anyone have a recording from the ZooTV/Zooropa tour where Bono throws in a "Glory, glory hallelujah!" right before the guitar solo of "Bullet the Blue Sky?" (The same spot where he later said, "Don't let it happen again.")
I'm convinced I've heard this, but am afraid that no one else knows what I'm talking about, and I'll discover it was all in my head. If anyone could provide me a date and/or city, I'll be eternally grateful.
Hey guys! A lot of you probably found and read this already, but for all people in the US who get the PARADE magazine in their sunday newspaper theres this beautiful essay written by Aung San Suu Kyi, who "Walk On" is written about. It really hit me..i was crying by the end thinking about all she did, all she sacrificed for her country, and i kept on thinking about Walk On, how it was about "leaving someone you love for the right reasons" according ot Bono. It was moving..just thought you all might be interested if you haven't seen it already. No direct U2 mention, but thats okay. What an amazing person.
Thanks to everyone who suggested U2 songs for me to analyze. I've decided that I'm going to do "Walk On". :)
Quick question: Does anyone know if there is a list of all of the U2 references in the US version of "Stuck In A Moment That You Can't Get Out Of"? I heard the director commentary with Joseph Kahn today on the Best of 1990-2000 DVD and he said that there are about 13 to 14.
Here's what I have come up with..
"And we're back at the unforgettable Fire Dome on this Sunday bloody Sunday.."
Football player: Paul Hewson, "Angel of Harlem"
His football number is 1 ["One"]
Coaches: Lemons; Dave Evans, Flys; Paul McGuinness