December 15th, 2004


All Kinds Of Chaos

Hey, has anyone else tried to download the "All Kinds Of Chaos" Mix of When I Look At The World from  For some reason I only get 1 min 52 seconds of it, and the file size is much smaller than it's meant to be. Has anyone managed to get the full song??
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    curious curious

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Why is the Joshua Tree missing from the timeline on I know you can get to it from other places, but its just a little weird. Also, they don't have any of the fan club only releases listed.
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    Lifehouse - Somewhere in Between

Why oh Why....?

Okay, I have to admit, I was excited about the new layout on Especially the audio/video section. Now I can finally see all the videos that I haven't seen. Right? Uh, yeah. I just had to wait for teh DSL to be installed.

Finally got the DSL installed last night. So this morning I went into the site and guess what? There are only 30 second clips!

As a fan who came late onto the scene and then didn't have any access to a lot of the stuff, I was looking forward to this. And, now, I can't. :(
  • Current Music
    U2: Lemon
CLick CHick

Something a friend sent me from a Talking Heads group..

Dunno if anyone is interested, thought I'd pass it along anyway :)

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Subject: [TALKING-HEADS:12170] U2 - John Ritter
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2004 12:04 AM
Hey guys,

There hasn't really been too much discussion going on here lately, so I thought I would share this interesting piece of conspiracy. On a local radio show here in Chicago, (The Nick Digilio Show) producer and Three's Company fanatic Andy Hermann uncovered something very intriguing. Apparently, in his 1980 television special and on an episode of Three's Company, John Ritter uttered the phrase "Uno, dos, tres, catorce". Now the theory here is that Bono is paying tribute to the memory of Ritter in the opening of Vertigo. So, I wanted to post about it here, assuming many of you are U2 fans, Ritter fans, both, neither, or maybe you're just bored and needed something to think about for a minute. Anyway, here is a link to a 28 second MP3 of John Ritter in 1980, saying the now famous phrase:

and just for fun, here is the same clip fused with Vertigo:

So, what do you guys think about this? I'll pass on any feedback to Andy Hermann, the show's producer and founder of the Ritter-Bono connection. - Rupert Pupkin
  • Current Music
    U2 - Vertigo (in my head)