1. I just managed to sing my youngest song to sleep, singing Love is all we have left, Lights of Home, and Red flag day. We’ve been trying hard to help him fall asleep. Could be a great, or a really bad, sign!

    I love the songs anyway
  2. Originally posted by JuJuman:I just managed to sing my youngest song to sleep, singing Love is all we have left, Lights of Home, and Red flag day. We’ve been trying hard to help him fall asleep. Could be a great, or a really bad, sign!

    I love the songs anyway
    As long as the arenas don't behave like your little boy and the band gives up on those songs like they did with NLOTH... All right
  3. Originally posted by Bloodraven:[..]
    Something that happened before I was paying close attention to U2, but I can assume was totally shocking for the hardcore fans back then, is the transition from War to Unforgettable Fire.

    One day you're listening to Bloody Sunday, Like a Song, New Year's Day and Seconds, watching Bono angrily waving a white flag in full bravado mode, and the next they're this ambient moody band playing Sort Of Homecoming, Bad and Promenade, with Pride as the lead single.

    I never listened to Scorpions after Wind of Change, I'm afraid that if I was paying attention to U2 back then, I would've dropped them at that moment.


    True.

    Also I love Winds of Change
  4. Actually I accepted Winds of Change, it was the one that came right after that, something about an Angel, when I get off of that boat... (in a similar "U2 sucks now but their 80's music is still awesome" U2 fan fashion)