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07-15-2006, 12:27 PM
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Sorry, but Bono is doing all that only to get a nobel prize. He sure is a good talker, but he never put is money where is mouth was.

I also agree that we need a song like Brass Bonanza and stop with those generic 90's 00's songs.
No bono does it to make $$$. He always gets involved in some current event that coincides with album launches and concert tours. He uses philanthropy to sell millions of records and tells the world how to spend theyre tax dollars even tho he dont pay his own taxes. Politicians use him to increase theyre own popularity and to gain votes from the youth. Bonos charity DATA also provides no money to africa. Thats a great charity. Bono will kiss the *** of any political leader that will let him speak in the spotlight. Also seeing how Bono is rich how much money does he donate?? Becuase i certainly dont remember him taking money from his own wallet and donating it like most stars do. Bono is a modern day mother theresa thats for sure.

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there it is!

http://www.loreille.com/movie_f.html


sorry, impossible to give the exact link, you'll have to search a lil' bit.

In "Realisations", then in "Projets speciaux"

Try this... http://www.loreille.com/special3.html

IF it doesn't work as a direct link then type it in and sit back and enjoy

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07-15-2006, 12:54 PM
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No bono does it to make $$$. He always gets involved in some current event that coincides with album launches and concert tours. He uses philanthropy to sell millions of records and tells the world how to spend theyre tax dollars even tho he dont pay his own taxes. Politicians use him to increase theyre own popularity and to gain votes from the youth. Bonos charity DATA also provides no money to africa. Thats a great charity. Bono will kiss the *** of any political leader that will let him speak in the spotlight. Also seeing how Bono is rich how much money does he donate?? Becuase i certainly dont remember him taking money from his own wallet and donating it like most stars do. Bono is a modern day mother theresa thats for sure.
A quick search found this:

-50000 Euros
- $1000000 personally + $5000000 from the rest of the group and manager

Of course, he also donates a hell of a lot of time trying to convince governments (who have the power to change things) to give more aid to undeveloped nations.

That doesn't mean we should look up to him, but we shouldn't crap all over him without knowing what we're talking about, right?

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07-15-2006, 01:03 PM
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Sorry, but Bono is doing all that only to get a nobel prize. He sure is a good talker, but he never put is money where is mouth was.

I also agree that we need a song like Brass Bonanza and stop with those generic 90's 00's songs.
Well...if he's doing all that just to get the Noble prize.....then...he'll have earned it...and many people will be greatful in the process. Anyway....it sounds like a whole ****ing lot of work and its one of the most ridiculous statements I ever heard lol. "Hey mother Thereasa was self servicing! She only did all that work so she could be a saint...." Well...who would give a damn if it was true? If there is more good done in the process then their is bad what's the problem?

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No bono does it to make $$$. He always gets involved in some current event that coincides with album launches and concert tours. He uses philanthropy to sell millions of records and tells the world how to spend theyre tax dollars even tho he dont pay his own taxes. Politicians use him to increase theyre own popularity and to gain votes from the youth. Bonos charity DATA also provides no money to africa. Thats a great charity. Bono will kiss the *** of any political leader that will let him speak in the spotlight. Also seeing how Bono is rich how much money does he donate?? Becuase i certainly dont remember him taking money from his own wallet and donating it like most stars do. Bono is a modern day mother theresa thats for sure.
So...all those who decide who is worthy of a peac prize nomination are all idiots and mystified by Bono ? They dont have criterieas based on the good the person does? Wow....some people are so shallow.... Bono is one of the great humanitarians arround and he gives 100's of hours a year for this instead of doing like so many other who spend their time enjoying their millions in their swiming pools.

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there it is!

http://www.loreille.com/movie_f.html


sorry, impossible to give the exact link, you'll have to search a lil' bit.

In "Realisations", then in "Projets speciaux"
This is one of the best goal songs of all-time. Absolutely, hands down.

Nice find, Med.

EDIT: anyone have this in downloadable MP3 format for me? I wanna slap this bad boy on my iPod. My friend from NDG is a diehard Habs fan, got me into this song

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07-15-2006, 01:15 PM
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This is one of the best goal songs of all-time. Absolutely, hands down.

Nice find, Med.

EDIT: anyone have this in downloadable MP3 format for me? I wanna slap this bad boy on my iPod. My friend from NDG is a diehard Habs fan, got me into this song
humm I have it hear...I even have on cell phone and can use it as a ring tone !
I'll see what I can do.
In the mean time check this thread...some people had interesting stuff to say and we started to send emails to the team. http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=235777

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PM me and I'll send you a MP3 rip I have of the l'oreille song.

Edit: Ok, I'm dumb... this will be easier... I uploaded it here: http://www.badongo.com/file/1065913


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here it is.
http://uploadfile.putfile.com/videos/19513173866.mp3

Here's litle explanation on how I got the .mp3 link if anyone needs to do it in the future.
I put it up on that page. http://media.putfile.com/Habs-Goal-Song
how I got the .mp3 link ? open the site with firefox and right click on the player go to properties and it will give you the first link I give in this post.

edit: oh and by the way...the real goal song we heard at the bell center started at arround the 1:19 mark of that song...and it was a different mix.

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Thanks, guys. Very helpful!

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I like Vertigo

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Does any one have that Bleu, Blanc, Rouge song???? Now that was an amazing song not this Vertigo U2 crap....

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No bono does it to make $$$. He always gets involved in some current event that coincides with album launches and concert tours. He uses philanthropy to sell millions of records and tells the world how to spend theyre tax dollars even tho he dont pay his own taxes. Politicians use him to increase theyre own popularity and to gain votes from the youth. Bonos charity DATA also provides no money to africa. Thats a great charity. Bono will kiss the *** of any political leader that will let him speak in the spotlight. Also seeing how Bono is rich how much money does he donate?? Becuase i certainly dont remember him taking money from his own wallet and donating it like most stars do. Bono is a modern day mother theresa thats for sure.
You are clueless, illinformed and incredibly ignorant.

When you have no idea what you are talking about, the best idea is to shut up.

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07-15-2006, 04:27 PM
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How is it that this thread regarding the Habs' "Goal Song" has fast switched to politics? Perhaps someone should start an Off-Topic thread and carry on there...

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How is it that this thread regarding the Habs' "Goal Song" has fast switched to politics? Perhaps someone should start an Off-Topic thread and carry on there...
I was gonna say that.
Lets get back on topic people!

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It's just that now, when Boivin says they all listen to the fans and that the fans are really important for them,... it doesn't make sense anymore. The old goal song was appreciated by the fans and they changed it for Vertigo?!

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here it is.
http://uploadfile.putfile.com/videos/19513173866.mp3

Here's litle explanation on how I got the .mp3 link if anyone needs to do it in the future.
I put it up on that page. http://media.putfile.com/Habs-Goal-Song
how I got the .mp3 link ? open the site with firefox and right click on the player go to properties and it will give you the first link I give in this post.

edit: oh and by the way...the real goal song we heard at the bell center started at arround the 1:19 mark of that song...and it was a different mix.
you can't have hotlink on media with putfile...

try this http://hfboards.com/showpost.php?p=5043144&postcount=46

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you can't have hotlink on media with putfile...

try this http://hfboards.com/showpost.php?p=5043144&postcount=46
yeah...but follow you the instructions in my post and will work on our computer. I guess the first link I provided dosent work for other ppl but if they do what I did they can still download the file.

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You are clueless, illinformed and incredibly ignorant.

When you have no idea what you are talking about, the best idea is to shut up.
Anyone who actually thinks that erasing Africa's debt would help anyone is ill-informed and clueless. There is nothing more superficial it's like giving them free food instead of building wells. But they still don't have cups.
Bono is an okay guy that thinks he is doing good and that's good enough for all those mega star riddled with guilt because they are billionnaires and people are dying of hunger. Sadly those people know nothing about politics. Mega billionaire stars don't live on the same planet they eat 1000$ dollar plates while discussing people in Africa wo can't have water.

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How is it that this thread regarding the Habs' "Goal Song" has fast switched to politics? Perhaps someone should start an Off-Topic thread and carry on there...
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Anyone who actually thinks that erasing Africa's debt would help anyone is ill-informed and clueless. There is nothing more superficial it's like giving them free food instead of building wells. But they still don't have cups.
Bono is an okay guy that thinks he is doing good and that's good enough for all those mega star riddled with guilt because they are billionnaires and people are dying of hunger. Sadly those people know nothing about politics. Mega billionaire stars don't live on the same planet they eat 1000$ dollar plates while discussing people in Africa wo can't have water.

As per my earlier post: Please, respectfully, take this "chat" elsewhere... Thank you...

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OLD GOAL SONG "l'oreille" FOREVER.

OH OH OH OH OH.....

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You are clueless, illinformed and incredibly ignorant.

When you have no idea what you are talking about, the best idea is to shut up.
you should calm down, some people hate Bono, and Bono does not need forums buddies to defend himself.

bring back l'Oreille please, Vertigo is serious crap

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I've probably been a fan longer than you've been alive, judging by your response. And I'm only 28 (soon 29)!

I haven't been a huge fan of their most recent work, but their 80s and early 90s work is absolutely fawesome. Joshua Tree, Rattle & Hum, Achtung Baby!, Zooropa...... this was the music of my teenage years..
I dont know how much the age matters.

I just turned 23 and I never really started to appreciate U2's work until a couple years ago. Their new album isn't bad but like you said, their older stuff like Joshua Tree is unbelievable.

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http://loreille.com/special3.html

Here's the right link...

Yeah this song was awesome **** vertigo.

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I hate Vertigo so much. Please go back to the old one!

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