March 5th, 2006

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In behalf of the new ones...

Since volare is doing a Friday Flashback/Weekend Wayback theme already, I think I'll do SOTD flashbacks - the old old SOTDs - either different versions of the song, or some other interesting facts about the song that haven't been brought up.

[EDIT: There we go... I must switch to Photobucket. This just gave me an idea! Maybe I can post the old SOTDs' music video screencaps - like "Favorite Music Video Moments" - during Sundays. Let me know if that's a good idea :)]

So today, I'd like to pay homage to the first SOTD post, by hue126: I Still Haven't Found What I'm looking For.

There are actually two different R&H (gospel) versions - the album one, and the one in the actual film. The one I'll be discussing is the film's ISHFWILF.

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I like this version better than the one in the R&H album - well, because I feel it's more intimate and spontaneous, which is the way gospel songs should be. And Adam relaxed and clapping - what a heartwarming sight to see. Bono's drunken-I'm-a-rock-star-in-church swaying is fun to watch.


*nostalgic sigh*
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BBC Sherlock

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I just finished reading "Killing Bono" (I was Bono's Doppleganger [sp?]) last night. I thought it was incredibly intresting and makes me want to hear more early pre-Boy stuff.

Has anyone else read it? WHat was your thoughts?