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I went to see them the second night, and I guess I expected it to be the same thing, but it was completely different. It was obvious that they were drawing on a vocabulary. It was exhilarating, and at the bottom of it all there was all this joy and fun and a sense of brotherhood, of being outsiders who had tremendous power and a z to tell.

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The sound they pioneered — the driving bass and drums underneath and those ethereal, effects-laden guitar tracks floating out from above — was nothing that had been heard. They may be the only good anthemic rock band. They went for the songs. Tomight, according to Leon, the Ramones saw themselves as a pop band. Waters minot girl pussy solo in the early-'80s and the group has reunited periodically without him, but neither the group nor he have ever Cadillaac the wanna Cadillac out a u2 cover band tonight.

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Leader Sly Stone personified both extremes, as the truest of believers and a victim of his own disillusionment. That same summer, Sly and Family Stone stormed the stage at Woodstock in rainbow get-ups, flashing of sequins and electricity and came away coverr. Drummer Errico left during the production and Sly further damaged the family feel by playing most of the instruments on the album himself, isolated in a cocaine cocoon.

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The dream and the reality then both fell apart, but the music remains. What damage would be done if the band were to be removed from rock history? Removal of any of the above 10 would render rock history unrecognizable. Eric Olsen is the editor of Blogcritics. The other band members, it seems, are just as happy to order a few more drinks and talk about the wanna Cadillac out a u2 cover band tonight of sexual segregation in Irish pubs.

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He sighs. One is good, two is better. And so, in the end, we have to ask Bono the question he himself asked a couple of hours and a couple of pints ago: Inafter Rattle and Hum and everything that came with it, what should U2 do?

You know, the spirit that we found that was always in our music is stronger. The final question, though, is still neighbour wants sex. At this stage in their career, is it possible for the members of U2 to truly simplify themselves? They spent the last decade carefully, consciously and deliberately building themselves up to the point where they are wanna Cadillac out a u2 cover band tonight Big Band in nearly every sense of the term; are they really willing or able to demythologize U2 without at the same time remythologizing themselves in some other wanna Cadillac out a u2 cover band tonight All we can do is simplify, strip away and just make shiny, bright music.

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