Elizabeth Platt ([email protected])
Tue, 25 Aug 1998 00:42:19 -0700 (PDT)
> Subject: Re: Re: Big screen popmart vs. barebones Joshua Tree
> ZOO TV also stripped down Angel Of Harlem as compared to the 80's
> Lovetown Tour. Desire was at its most stripped down in Popmart.
> Staring At The Sun was really stripped down considering the tour was
> that which promoted the current album where SATS belonged. U2 never
> "stripped down" a JT song during the JT Tour but instead imbellished
> it to prolong it with extra verses and all. In a sense, Popmart, Zoo
> TV and the b-stage gave U2 more "strip down" capabilities than ever.
> They have never been as stripped down as they are now. Oh before I
> forget, Edge's Sunday Bloody Sunday was as stripped down as can be
> while still having the strong emotion in Edge's own interpretation.
> My two cents...
Stop, J, they're almost naked! Any more "stripping down", and we'll be
able to put paid to all the speculation about the guys' underwear
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