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cookphish And I have no compass
And I have no map
And I have no reasons
No reasons to get back

And I have no religion
And I don't know what's what
And I don't know the limit
The limit of what we've got

GREAT Podcast. This is the first Beyond the Pond I have listened to. I've been a U2 fan since Junior High. They were practically the only music in my Discman... along with Oasis! I've remained a loyal listener up until the Songs of Innocence album. I find it difficult to get into the newer stuff. Although, I did attend two of the Innocence and Experience shows at MSG in 2015 and they sounded just amazing. I'm curious what you think of Pop. It got such bad reviews during it's time, but some songs are just so powerful. You can't not move to Discotheque and MoFo. But my personal favorite from Pop is Gone! I also want to say that 2005's How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb is one of their top 5 albums in my opinion. That album won U2 so many Grammy's! I consider it to be their last true good album.

Here's one of my favorite live performances of Until The End of the World:

Here's one of my favorite All I Want is You > Streets Have No Name, listen Bono hold that note!

I'm looking forward to your review of Pop onward.

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