#1
I heard this song at a party and I thought it was U2.

The delayed guitars; the way the bassline flows. The drumbeat. How the song is sung, with those long vocal "wails" What bono always does. (you know the aaaawh's at the end of his vocal lines). The way how the song is mixed and produced. The echoed oooh's at around 1:46 are so Bono like. At 1 minute mark; When he sings "sometimes" it sounds eerie Bono like also.

It's a nice song nonetheless. I just found it interesting find.

Here's the song;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_exesnCA5Y&feature=channel

So what does the Pit think? Do they have the same Producer maybe? Cause that would explain alot.

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#2
Go to the UG homepage.
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#5
You are an extremely retarded person.
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#6
"I heard this song at a party and I thought it was U2.

The delayed guitars; the way the bassline flows. The drumbeat. How the song is sung, with those long vocal "wails" What bono always does. (you know the aaaawh's at the end of his vocal lines). The way how the song is mixed and produced. The echoed oooh's at around 1:46 are so Bono like. At 1 minute mark; When he sings "sometimes" it sounds eerie Bono like also.

It's a nice song nonetheless. I just found it interesting find.

Here's the song;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_ex...feature=channel

So what does the Pit think? Do they have the same Producer maybe? Cause that would explain alot."


I agree with your point, i had that on my mind for a long time.
But are you serious about the producer question? because Brian Eno produced viva pinata for them, so that explains similarities.
#8
yeh they used same producer
love the guitar effects in that song
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