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Archive for September, 2007

Unanswered Questions, vol. 5

By on September 30, 2007 in Call for Help with 8 Comments

Here are some unanswered questions that I jotted down over the past few months while re-reading the books on my U2 bookcase. BILL FLANAGAN – U2 AT THE END OF THE WORLD I have the UK hardback version, so my page references will be wrong for those of you with any other version. 1.) Pg. […]

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Unsolved Mysteries … Can You Help?

By on September 30, 2007 in Unsolved Mysteries with 11 Comments
Unsolved Mysteries … Can You Help?

(I’m starting a new category called “Unsolved Mysteries” so I don’t have to keep repeating the same unanswered questions over and over each time I post a new list of questions.) This is the current list of “unsolved mysteries,” or questions that I’m unable to answer, even with the sensational help of my wonderful blog […]

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Unanswered Questions, vol. 4

By on September 26, 2007 in Call for Help with 18 Comments

Okay, last week I promised a new set of questions, so here we go! 1.) Issue 7 of Collectormania says that Larry performed four songs with Nanci Griffith when she played the Point Depot in Dublin in October, 1994. I can’t find any confirmation or an exact date. 2.) U2 performed on an RTE TV […]

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Remember The Blades?

By on September 23, 2007 in The Things You Learn with 1 Comment
Remember The Blades?

Do you remember that photo of a big sign advertising U2 and The Blades at the Baggot Inn on August 21, 1979? You probably saw it in the U2 LIVE book. Well, the things you stumble on while researching a book on U2′s history: The Blades have a MySpace page. If you’ve ever wondered what […]

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Unanswered Questions, vol. 3

By on September 20, 2007 in Call for Help with 3 Comments

First, an update: I’m done going through the Best of Propaganda book. I actually ended up using the @U2 News database, where we’ve posted more from the magazine than they had in the book! Thanks to everyone who helped in this previous question — after reading the various articles, I took some pretty good guesses […]

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