Are you ready to rock 360 degrees?

As Barcelona awaits U2’s dress rehearsal tonight (apparently open to 500 invited guests, in honour of the Special Olympics), here’s a “U2360 tour sneak preview” featuring stage construction, and soundbites from Paul McGuinness, Mark Fisher, Jake Berry (“It’s big, but it’s small…”) and tour producer Arthur Fogel.

What’s that tune at the start and end of it?

20 thoughts on “Are you ready to rock 360 degrees?

  1. I think the music at the start and end could be on the new album…certainly sounds new!
    The effects after about 3 minutes look stunning, and I love the disco ball at the top of the tower! Memories of Zoo TV, even though I was 1/2 years old at the time!

  2. I think the music at the start and end could be on the new album…certainly sounds new!
    The effects after about 3 minutes look stunning, and I love the disco ball at the top of the tower! Memories of Zoo TV, even though I was 1/2 years old at the time!

  3. the music at the start and end of the video sounds amazing. I really hope it is from Songs of Ascent. Awesome.
    This tour is going to be something really special, me thinks

  4. the music at the start and end of the video sounds amazing. I really hope it is from Songs of Ascent. Awesome.
    This tour is going to be something really special, me thinks

  5. sounds like a bowie scrap that eno found in the archives and bono wanted to “cover” it… 🙂

  6. sounds like a bowie scrap that eno found in the archives and bono wanted to “cover” it… 🙂

  7. Awesome new music…

    Pumped for the tour!…

    But every time I see McGuiness now I just see a man totally out of touch with the reality of today’s music, the industry, etc. He’s like an old housewife who just thinks that things should be the way they always were and that his kids are the most, best-lookingest kids on the block.

    Not to mention he now dresses like Marlon Brando in “The Island of Dr. Moreau”. Yikes.

  8. Awesome new music…

    Pumped for the tour!…

    But every time I see McGuiness now I just see a man totally out of touch with the reality of today’s music, the industry, etc. He’s like an old housewife who just thinks that things should be the way they always were and that his kids are the most, best-lookingest kids on the block.

    Not to mention he now dresses like Marlon Brando in “The Island of Dr. Moreau”. Yikes.

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