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U2 lead singer was charged with making songs that talk about the anti-apartheid. Bono feel the charges are the result of engineering and existing arrangements.
The allegations certainly make Bono furious, he also gave an explanation of the lyrics of songs directed at her first on the word “Shoot the Boer“ is defined as a farmer. Originally the lyrics refer to the Dutch settlement in South Africa, unfortunately the words are now even considered sabagai demeaning term for white people in the region.
Bono insisted upon allegations that his songs should be seen in proper context and he was also against the charges laid by the group AfriForum to the lyrics of the song.
Know that the song would become a very hot discussion in the community, then Bono also spoke out in front of many people.
“We are famous for songs that are anti-violence and people should know that we always support this! And this accusation has been made people angry, I am also so angry. I think this is all there is already set, “said Bono.
After four years passed from the album ‘The Open Door‘ band Evanescence began working on new songs again. They also took U2 producer Steve Lillywhite.
According to drummer Will Hunt, Evanescence took a big risk. There will be many new sounds created by Amy Lee cs.
“Many exciting new things in there, in elektronikal also futuristikal. I think Amy did something special and we have never done before,“ said Will.
The presence of Will and Tim McCord (bass) in the band from America, of course, brings a new color in Evanescence. Three personnel singer hits ‘Bring Me to Life‘ had already resigned in 2006 and 2007.
“Our song will still sound like Evanescence, because Amy Lee is singing. But the machine used to run the sound is now different and still be Evanescence. Amy taking a big risk and honestly, I think he’s incredible!“ Will said.
On her first album, ‘Fallen‘ (2003) Evanescence guitarist assisted Ugly Kid Joe Dave Fortman and former guitarist Ben Moody. ‘The Open Door‘ and then re-produced by Dave. Steve Lillywhite is now taking over as Dave. Previously, Steve worked on the U2 album, Dave Mathews Band and is also currently working on the album helped Liam Gallagher Beady Eye.
To mark the 30th anniversary of death of John Lennon December 8 last, the band U2 sang the songs of the Beatles in concert in Australia.
Incidentally their concert at Suncorp Stadium, Australia coincided with the date of death of John Lennon and the Irish rocker was also told his fans, that they never forget the tragedy that befell the former Beatle.
After finishing the song Beautiful Day, Bono immediately announced to the audience that the next song is In My Life Beatles property.
Then U2 also sang a number of other Beatles hits such as Rain, Dear Pridence and All You Need Is Love. Bono also sang Stand by Me Ben E King’s property which has also been released by John Lennon.
In addition, they also brought ‘Pride (In the Name of Love)‘ as a U2 tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr..
360 Degrees band U2 concert in Australia, could be the most expensive concert performances throughout the history of rock music world. Imagine, the cost of the concert to spend USD850 thousand.
Stage and concert equipment transported by six Boeing 747 aircraft and involves 130 crew to assemble equipment at the location of the concert.
“Compare this to the number of trucks used for transporting equipment. The Rolling Stones just 46 trucks, while our 55 trucks. This is really the biggest concert “.
The location of the concert held at the stadium which will be set bathed in light and certainly a powerful voice. The committee uses equipment weighing 200 tons for lighting, sound devices, and video. This will be the most spectacular concert U2-360. However, reluctant to divulge how the concept Willie U2 appearance later. Only, the fans will be part of the stage in the appearance of U2.
This concert took some concept of the tour ZooTv and PopMart. Base Adam Clayton said the concert is the revolutionary part of his band. It is estimated that their appearance will be seen 30 thousand more spectators or in accordance with the amount of total capacity stadium.