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Matérias e Artigos

Mensagem por MG em Sab 06 Set 2008, 3:49 pm

Matérias e artigos de revistas, jornais etc, que não estejam diretamente relacionadas com a banda, mas com alguma conotação pessoal.

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Mensagem por Equipe Mofo em Seg 22 Set 2008, 12:40 pm

Rosi você pode fazer a gentileza de postar novamente aquele artigo? :000:
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Mensagem por Cat Dubh em Seg 22 Set 2008, 7:41 pm

Vou citar e, portanto, postar novamente a entrevista que a Rosi havia postado ontem, porque fiz a tradução e gostaria de postá-la... Mas se a Rosi postar novamente essa entrevista, vou apagar essas mensagens, e postar a tradução novamente depois da mensagem dela...

Rosi escreveu: Zooropa Tour Programme 1993 - Written and edited by BP Fallon.
BP takes Bono and Edge and Adam and Larry aside seperately and asks them all the same questions.
BP: Who is the most inspiring person you've met on the tour so far?
EDGE: Salman Rushdie
BONO: Salman Rushdie, well I think it was Salman Rushdie...
ADAM: The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy, 'cos they used to take us out and show us a good time! Seriously, their vibe is that they can take in everything, they're open to everything...
LARRY: My alter ego!
BP: Are you happier than a year ago?
EDGE: About the same.
BP: Why?
EDGE: Because Ireland didn't win the European Cup.
LARRY: No.
BP: Why?
LARRY: Because Ireland didn't win the World Cup.
BONO: I don't know if my memory goes back that far.
BP: Why?
BONO: Why not.
ADAM: Yeah.
BP: Why?
ADAM: Zoo TV.
BP: What was your biggest extravagance last year?
LARRY: ZooTV?
ADAM: Going to work on a plane.
EDGE: Having a rhythm section on the road.
BONO: BP Fallon.
BP: When did you last wash the dishes or hoover?
BONO: Just last night, I washed the dishes and the hoover...
EDGE: Last time we played house.
LARRY: I've just finished...
ADAM: I'd say in the mid seventies.
BP: If there was an extra six hours per day, what would you do with it?
LARRY: Sleep.
EDGE: Sleep.
BONO: Charge interest.
ADAM: I'd get everything done that I never get done normally, like checkin' in with people, gettin' my life together. I'd actually get my life together - I wouldn't need music!
BP: Do you believe in flying saucers?
LARRY: Yes.
BP: Have you ever seen one?
LARRY: No.
BP: If a Flying Saucer landed, would you climb into it?
LARRY: Yes.
EDGE: Like the best things, they exist in the imagination.
BP: Have you ever seen one?
EDGE: Every night.
BP: If a Flying Saucer landed, would you climp into it?
EDGE: No chance!
ADAM: No, I believe in people.
BONO: In my kitchen they're an everyday thing.
BP: Have you ever seen one?
BONO: She's a good shot.
BP: If a Flying Saucer landed, would you climb into it?
BONO: This is all getting a bit Alice in Wonderland, isn't it Beep?
BP: Did you ever think you were going to die?
LARRY: Yes, only on the back of Bono's motorbike!
EDGE: Only on the back of Bono's motorbike.
ADAM: Only in the back of Bono's car.
BONO: Die, no. Squashed, yes.
BP: What's your favourite method of transportation?
ADAM: Escalator.
EDGE: Train or fast car.
LARRY: Moto-Sickle.
BONO: An angel's back. No, make that blindfolded.
BP: Are you a star?
ADAM: Wishin'...
LARRY: I've been called worse.
EDGE: Only after dark.
BONO: No, a firework.....Well more of a banger, really.
BP:What is the most vulgar thing you own?
LARRY: Julian Cope's Peggy Suicide and Jehova Kill.
EDGE: A Mexican sequinned whiskey bottle.
BONO: A 1973 canary yellow Ford Cortina with fake leopardskin interior complete with nodding dog and furry dice and me driving it, having to explain to people that I won it in a poker game.
ADAM: A 1993 yellow suit.
BP: Who put the Ram in the Ramalama Ding Dong?
BONO: Paul McCartney.
LARRY: Ya What???
EDGE: I don't know but it wasn't me.
ADAM: Santa Claus.
BP: Who is the one person to whom you owe the most?
EDGE: My mum.
BONO: God knows the answer to that.
LARRY: J.J.
ADAM: The bank manager.
BP: What do you do if you have the blues?
LARRY: Sing.
BP: What gives you the blues?
LARRY: Singing.
ADAM: If I have the blues, I get out and walk.
BP: What gives you the blues?
ADAM: Lack of progress.
EDGE: Nothing much. I just get on with it...
BP: What gives you the blues?
EDGE: Reality and the music on video games.
BONO: Call the band, mike them and make a bloody fortune out of it.
BP: What gives you the blues?
BONO: Recording.
BP: From Greek mythology - the Snake had been a woman and a man, and said women enjoyed sex more than men. Do you think that's true?
LARRY: Yes.
ADAM: Depends on the woman.
EDGE: I think it largely depends on your partner.
BONO: What would I know- in Irish Mythology, there is no sex.
BP: Who or what is your idea of cool?
ADAM: Miles Davis. He just is.
LARRY: Jesus.
EDGE: I don't know if cool is very cool. I think it's a bit silly.
BONO: To me, cool is about knowing who you are and liking who you are and walking without fear of who you are, with no baggage, no mask. And in that respect Quincy Jones is the coolest person I've ever met. Now where are my fly shades...?
BP: What's the most frightening thing that ever happened to you?
EDGE: Breaking up with my wife.
LARRY: Being born.
ADAM: Bunji Jumping.
BONO: I found this pair of sunglasses, I picked them up, I put them on......
BP: Is Elvis alive or dead?
BONO: Elvis is alive, man. We're dead.
BP: Have you ever seen him?
BONO: He never called, he never wrote......
EDGE: Both.
BP: Have you ever seen him?
EDGE: Only on the tele.
LARRY: Not sure...
BP: Have you ever seen him?
LARRY: Maybe not.
ADAM: Elvis is alive.
BP: Have you ever seen him?
ADAM: I see him every day.
BP: Is he in the band?
ADAM: He thinks he is.
BP: Do you ever have dreams?
LARRY: Yes.
BP: About what?
LARRY: Elvis!
ADAM: Yes.
BP: About what?
ADAM: Nice warm colourful dreams, really positive dreams that make you feel good. They're a bit like trips.
EDGE: A lot.
BP: About what?
EDGE: Always very weird acid trip-like journeys...lots of fun...no logic that I can figure out.
BONO: Yes.
BP: About what?
BONO: I'm chasing BP Fallon.
BP: Do you ever have nightmares?
LARRY: Yes.
BP: About what?
LARRY: You.
ADAM: Not when I'm asleep.
EDGE: Rarely.
BP: About what?
EDGE: Albums and touring and guitar overdubs and...
BONO: Yes.
BP: About what?
BONO: BP Fallon running after me.
BP: What's your real-life nightmare?
LARRY: Temptation.
ADAM: To not remember.
EDGE: Losing my mind.
BONO: Having to explain yourself.
BP: What's your real-life dream?
LARRY: Giving in to temptation.
ADAM: To play bass.
EDGE: To fulfill my potential, creatively, spiritually and intellectually. And see my kids, my family and friends do the same.
BONO: I start a magazine that reviews the critics and you Beep! Remember, Rock'n'Roll is the sound of revenge!
BP: How many hours a week do you spend on the phone?
ADAM: About four hours a day. What's that over a week?
BP: Who was the last person you called?
ADAM: (Laughing, trying to decide what to say) Elaine.
LARRY: I've never counted.
BP: Who was the last person you called?
LARRY: The Stock Exchange.
EDGE: It varies. I'd guess about three hours when I'm at home, 96 hours if I'm away.
BP: Who was the last person you called?
EDGE: Aislinn.
BONO: I've got to the point where at this stage my ears are allergic to the phone. Don't you hate the things you need!
BP: Who was the last person you called?
BONO: BP Fucking Fallon!
BP: What do you plan to do after the tour ends?
EDGE: I have no idea, get depressed....get a life.
LARRY: Sleep.
ADAM: Settle down, have some....no, I'm not going to do that! I'm going to live in New York for a bit because I think after being turned on to Zoo TV I need the same level of stimulation.
BONO: Extend the tour...reality isn't what it's cracked up to be.

ADAM: (Laughing, trying to decide what to say) Elaine.
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Mensagem por Cat Dubh em Seg 22 Set 2008, 7:43 pm

E aqui a tradução pra quem preferir ler em português... Me corrijam se alguma coisa estiver errada...

Prospecto da Turnê Zooropa 1993 – Escrito e editado por BP Fallon.

BP recebe Bono, Edge, Adam e Larry à parte, separadamente, e faz a eles as mesmas perguntas.

BP: Qual é a pessoa mais inspiradora que você já conheceu na turnê até agora?
EDGE: Salman Rushdie
BONO: Salman Rushdie, bem eu acho que foi Salman Rushdie...
ADAM: The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy* (*nome de uma banda), porque eles costumavam nos tirar para fora e nos apresentar uma boa vida! Sério, a vibração deles é aquela que eles podem captar de tudo, eles estão abertos para tudo...
LARRY: Meu alter ego!
BP: Vocês estão mais felizes do que há um ano atrás?
EDGE: Mais ou menos o mesmo.
BP: Por que?
EDGE: Porque a Irlanda não venceu a Copa Européia.
LARRY: Não.
BP: Por que?
LARRY: Porque a Irlanda não venceu a Copa Européia.
BONO: Eu não sei se minha memória vai tão longe.
BP: Por que?
BONO: Porque não.
ADAM: Sim.
BP: Por que?
ADAM: Zoo TV.
BP: Qual foi sua maior extravagância no ano passado?
LARRY: ZooTV?
ADAM: Ir para o trabalho em um avião.
EDGE: Ter uma seção rítmica na viagem.
BONO: BP Fallon.
BP: Quando foi a última vez que você lavou a louça ou aspirou o pó?
BONO: Justamente na noite passada, eu lavei a louça e o aspirador...
EDGE: Da última vez que nós brincamos de casinha.
LARRY: Eu justamente acabei de...
ADAM: Eu diria em meados dos anos setenta.
BP: Se houvesse seis horas extras por dia, o que você faria com isso?
LARRY: Dormir.
EDGE: Dormir.
BONO: Tirar proveito.
ADAM: Eu teria feito tudo que eu nunca consigo fazer normalmente, como chegar às pessoas, tendo o controle da minha vida. Eu deveria realmente ter o controle da minha vida – eu não precisaria da música!
BP: Você acredita em discos voadores?
LARRY: Sim.
BP: Você já viu um?
LARRY: Não.
BP: Se um disco voador pousasse, você subiria nele?
LARRY: Sim.
EDGE: Como as melhores coisas, eles existem na imaginação.
BP: Você já viu um?
EDGE: Toda a noite.
BP: Se um disco voador pousasse, você subiria nele?
EDGE: Sem chance!
ADAM: Não, eu acredito em pessoas.
Bono: Na minha cozinha eles são uma coisa comum.
BP: Você já viu um?
BONO: Ela é um bom colorido.
BP: Se um disco voador pousasse, você subiria nele?
BONO: Isso tudo está ficando um pouco “Alice no país das maravilhas”, não está Beep?
BP: Você alguma vez pensou que estava morrendo?
LARRY: Sim, só na garupa a moto do Bono.
EDGE: Só na garupa a moto do Bono.
ADAM: Só no banco de trás do carro do Bono.
Bono: Morrer, não. Esmagado, sim.
BP: Qual o seu meio de transporte favorito?
ADAM: Escada Rolante.
EDGE: Trem ou carro veloz.
Larry: Moto-Alfanje* (*modelo de motocicleta, mas não encontrei uma descriçâo...).
BONO: As costas de um anjo. Não, faça com que vende os olhos.
BP: Você é uma estrela?
ADAM: Gostaria.
LARRY: Eu tenho sido chamado de coisa pior.
EDGE: Só depois que escurece.
BONO: Não, fogos de artifício... Bem, mais um traque, na verdade.
BP: Qual é a coisa mais vulgar que você possui?
Larry: O Suicídio de Peggy de Julian Cope e O assassinato de Jehova.
EDGE: Uma garrafa de whiskey mexicano enfeitada com lantejoulas.
BONO: Um Ford Cortina amarelo canário com interior completo de falsa pele de leopardo, com um cachorro que balança a cabeça e dados de pelúcia, e eu dirigindo isso, tendo de explicar às pessoas que eu o ganhei num jogo de poker.
ADAM: Um terno amarelo de 1993.
BP: Quem pôs o Ram no Ramalama Ding-Dong?
BONO: Paul McCartney.
LARRY: Sim, o quê???
EDGE: Eu não sei, mas não fui eu.
ADAM: Papai Noel.
BP: Quem é a pessoa com quem você mais se relaciona?
EDGE: Minha mãe.
BONO: Deus sabe a resposta para isso.
LARRY: J.J.
ADAM: O gerente do banco.
BP: O que você faz quando fica melancólico?
LARRY: Canto.
BP: O que deixa você melancólico?
LARRY: Cantar.
ADAM: Se eu fico melancólico, eu saio e caminho.
BP: O que deixa você melancólico?
ADAM: Falta de progresso.
EDGE: Nada de mais, eu só fico com isto...
BP: O que deixa você melancólico?
EDGE: Realidade e a música nos video games.
BONO: Chamar a banda, gravar e fazer muito sucesso com isso.
BP: O que deixa você melancólico?
BONO: A gravação do disco.
BP: Da mitologia grega – a cobra teria sido uma mulher e um homem, e dito que as mulheres apreciavam o sexo mais do que os homens. Você acha que isso é verdade?
LARRY: Sim.
ADAM: Dependendo da mulher.
EDGE: Eu acho que isso depende muito do seu parceiro.
BONO: O que eu saberia – na mitologia irlandesa não existe sexo.
BP: Quem ou o quê é a sua idéia de "maneiro"?
ADAM: Miles Davis. Ele só é.
LARRY: Jesus.
EDGE: Eu não sei se "maneiro" é muito "maneiro". Eu acho isso um pouco bobo.
BONO: Para mim, "maneiro" é sobre saber quem você é, e gostar de quem você é, e andar sem medo de quem você é, sem bagagem, sem máscara. E a esse respeito, Quincy Jones é a pessoa mais "maneira" que eu já conheci. Agora aonde estão meus óculos escuros de mosca* (*óculos do The Fly)...?
BP: Qual é a coisa mais assustadora que já lhe aconteceu?
EDGE: Separar-me da minha esposa.
LARRY: Nascer.
ADAM: Bunji Jumping.
BONO: Eu encontrei esse par de óculos escuros, eu os apanhei, eu os pus...
BP: Elvis está vivo ou morto?
BONO: Elvis está vivo, homem. Nós estamos mortos.
BP: Você já o viu?
BONO: Ele nunca telefonou, ele nunca escreveu...
EDGE: Ambos.
BP: Você já o viu?
EDGE: Só pela TV.
LARRY: Não tenho certeza...
BP: Você já o viu?
LARRY: Talvez não.
ADAM: Elvis está vivo.
BP: Você já o viu?
ADAM: Eu o vejo todos os dias.
BP: Ele está na banda?
ADAM: Ele pensa que está.
BP: Você sempre tem sonhos?
LARRY: Sim.
BP: Sobre o quê?
LARRY: Elvis!
ADAM: Sim.
BP: Sobre o quê?
ADAM: Bons sonhos quentes e coloridos, realmente sonhos positivos que fazem você se sentir bem. Eles são como passeios.
EDGE: Muitos.
BP: Sobre o quê?
EDGE: Sempre estranhas viagens ácidas – como passeios... Muita diversão... Sem uma lógica que eu possa compreender.
BONO: Sim.
BP: Sobre o quê?
BONO: Eu estou caçando BP Fallon.
BP: Você sempre tem pesadelos?
LARRY: Sim.
BP: Sobre o quê?
LARRY: Você.
ADAM: Não quando estou adormecido.
EDGE: Raramente.
BP: Sobre o quê?
EDGE: Álbuns, e turnês, e overdubs de guitarra, e...
BONO: Sim.
BP: Sobre o quê?
BONO: BP Fallon correndo atrás de mim.
BP: Qual o seu pesadelo da vida real?
LARRY: Tentação.
ADAM: Para não lembrar.
EDGE: Perder a memória.
BONO: Ter de explicar você.
BP: Qual o seu sonho da vida real?
LARRY: Ceder à tentação.
ADAM: Tocar baixo.
EDGE: Realizar meu potencial, criativamente, espiritualmente e intelectualmente. E ver meus filhos, minhas famílias e amigos fazerem o mesmo.
BONO: Abrir uma revista para criticar os críticos e você Beep! Lembre-se, Rock'n'Roll é o som da vingança!
BP: Quantas horas por semana você gasta ao telefone?
ADAM: Mais ou menos quatro horas por dia. Quanto é isso por semana?
BP: Quem foi a última pessoa a quem você telefonou?
ADAM: (Rindo, tentando decidir o que dizer) Elaine.
LARRY: Eu nunca contaria.
BP: Quem foi a última pessoa a quem você telefonou?
LARRY: The Stock Exchange.
EDGE: Isso varia. Eu suporia mais ou menos três horas quando eu estou em casa, 96 horas se estiver fora.
BP: Quem foi a última pessoa a quem você telefonou?
EDGE: Aislinn.
BONO: Eu cheguei a um ponto em que, nesse estágio, minhas orelhas são sensíveis ao telefone. Você não odeia as coisas das quais você precisa!
BP: Quem foi a última pessoa a quem você telefonou?
BONO: BP Maldito Fallon!
BP: O que você planeja fazer depois que a turnê terminar?
EDGE: Não faço idéia, ficar deprimido... Ter uma vida.
LARRY: Dormir.
ADAM: Acalmar-me, ter algum... Não, eu não estou indo fazer aquilo! Eu estou indo viver em Nova Iorque por um pouco de tempo porque eu acho que depois de ter excursionado na Zôo TV preciso do mesmo nível de excitação.
BONO: Estender a turnê... Realidade não é aquilo que dizem que ela é.
ADAM: (Rindo tentando decidir o que dizer) Elaine.


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Mensagem por MG em Seg 22 Set 2008, 7:44 pm

Muito bom! :aeee: Obrigada!! lol!

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Mensagem por Adri em Seg 22 Set 2008, 7:45 pm

aiii que maravilhaaa! :aeee: Valeu!
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Mensagem por Cat Dubh em Seg 22 Set 2008, 7:55 pm

MG escreveu:Muito bom! :aeee: Obrigada!! lol!
Adri escreveu:aiii que maravilhaaa! :aeee: Valeu!
Disponham... pisca:
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Mensagem por Mari em Seg 22 Set 2008, 8:24 pm

ADM escreveu:Rosi você pode fazer a gentileza de postar novamente aquele artigo? :000:

Desculpa, mas estava no trabalho e só vi essa mensagem agora.
Cat Dubh, obrigada por postar novamente a entrevista e pela tradução. Ficou ótimo! :aeee:

ahhhh não esqueci não. ))

ADAM: (Laughing, trying to decide what to say) Elaine.

Quem é essa Elaine, ADAM?! :punish: :bravo:

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Mensagem por Cat Dubh em Seg 22 Set 2008, 8:45 pm

Do mesmo entrevistador da outra...

ONE BUT NOT THE SAME
by BP Fallon

BP Fallon sat down with Larry, Adam, Edge and Bono individually, asking them the same series of questions without them knowing how the others had responded.

BP: WHAT'S IN YOUR POCKETS?
Larry: Buttons for opening my gate (empties pockets), Lipsil, wallet, packet of Silk Cut cigarettes - nurses cigarettes! - homeopathic gear for sore throats, lighter, penknife.
Bono: I have no pockets.
Adam: A load of phone numbers. Whose? Nah, I'm not telling.
Edge: I don't have any in my trousers. In my coat (pulls everything out) there's my Gitanes, my Zippo, my keys and an awful lot of guitar picks. I pick them up everytime I leave rehearsal. I never put them back so on a given day it could be anything from ten to about fifty 'cos they just build up. I sometimes think they breed in there.

BP: WHAT TURNED YOU ON TO ROCK 'N' ROLL?
Larry: T Rex and Slade and when I saw those guys playing and saw drummers I said I wanna be able to do that.
Adam: Yeah, it was seeing Stiff Little Fingers in The Laurence Hotel in about '78 when I was about 18. I loved the energy, the excitement and the noise.
Edge: My first guitar, my first records from David Bowie records to Taste records. The Beatles obviously were huge.
Bono: There was a few incidents - seeing Elvis, seeing Tom Jones - yeah! - and realising I fancied Marc Bolan and he wasn't a girl and I thought this rock 'n' roll was quite a potion if it can do that to me 'cos I'm very heterosexual.

BP: WHAT WAS THE FIRST RECORD YOU ACTUALLY BOUGHT?
Larry: The re-released version of 'Space Oddity' by David Bowie.
Bono: John Lennon's 'Happy Christmas (War Is Over)'.
Adam: I was given a lot of Beatles records and then probably the first record that I could afford to buy, which is when I was about twelve, was 'Jesus Christ Superstar'.
Edge: 'Mama We're All Crazee Now' by Slade.

BP: WHAT WAS THE FIRST CONCERT YOU WERE EVER AT?
Bono: There was a cabaret band that played our primary school, the Ink Bottle in Glasnevin. I was 8, and I never quite got over the sound of the drums. When we made our first album I would have dreams about the bass drum. Drums got me into rock 'n' roll. I mean, it was Larry who put together U2, he was the only one who could play and it was enough just to listen to his drums.
Adam: Rory Gallagher in The Carlton. I was into the 'Tattoo' album, I liked that and 'Irish Tour 1974'. I went to a gig in 1974, I was fourteen.
Larry: A blues concert in Trinity College.
Edge: Horslips in Skerries in '75 or '76. Then I saw Thin Lizzy in Dalymount Park, The Jam and The Clash in theatres around town, it was a great time for concerts really. Stiff Little Fingers, just great artists, Elvis Costello, The Ramones...

BP: WHO'S THE FIRST PERSON YOU'LL MEET IN ROCK 'N' ROLL HEAVEN?
Edge: I hope Jimi Hendrix. I don't play anything like Jimi Hendrix but to be able to express something emotionally through your instrument, he really did it, more than any other guitar player he had the ability.
Larry: I'd have to say John Bonham followed closely by Jimi Hendrix moving swiftly onto Brian Jones. I'd be happy enough being John Bonham's roadie. Basically he was the force behind Led Zeppelin. And Jimi Hendrix - I'd be happy doing a session with Jimi. Brian Jones - I never felt that he was given the credit that he deserved, I just always thought he was the underdog and a real rock 'n' roll casualty. How can rock 'n' roll do that to people?
Adam: I'd like to meet Jimi Hendrix 'cos I wouldn't say he's boring.
Bono: Predictable... But it would have to be Elvis. Y'see what most excites me about America is this collision of two cultures, African and European, and that's what gives the heat to America, its sex appeal. You get these two cultures jammed together - sometimes very painfully jammed together. But those two cultures melt together in this one man's almost-spastic dance... Elvis Presley as a dancer means as much to me as he did as a singer.

BP: WHAT IS YOUR MOST TREASURED POSSESSION?
Adam: My willie!
BP: Is it your body on the album cover?
Adam: It is, yeah. It's something that we'd always sort of talked about doing - some sort of nude shoot with Anton, just over the years, and either one or other of us always kind of went off the idea. But this time round because we had no clear direction for an album cover we said "Well, let's take the photograph anyway and see what happens..."
Bono: My family and my friends.
Larry: An engagement ring from my mother to my father.
Edge: I am starting to get attached to guitars, which I'm very worried about because I went through ten or twelve years of really seeing my guitar as the enemy, a thing I had to somehow fight against to find something new in there, so I never really got attached to my guitars but I'm starting to develop real attachment to my Gibson Explorer in particular. Yeah, my guitars. I like some of my cars as well. I got two great Mercedes, one's a 280SE3.5 which is 1967 or '68, it's a real beaut. I've got a convertible version of that which is '65 which is really great as well. I've got these great stereos in there, it's like a mobile disco, like being at a rave you know, it's cool. Yeah, that's really my most treasured things.
BP: And why do you say it worries you that you're getting attached to your guitars, what's fearful about that?
Edge: It's a new zone mentally, you know. I much prefer the kind of mentality where you just turn up with whatever guitar you find to hand, pick it up and get something out of it. It must mean I'm getting professional or something, which scares me.

BP: HAVE YOU EVER SLEPT IN THE OPEN?
Adam: Yeah, quite often actually. Well, I once slept on a roundabout in London in Camden, no sorry not as glamorous as Camden, it was Catford. I'd been to see Thin Lizzy play the Wembley Arena in their 'Live and Dangerous tour' so it would have been about '76. This time I'd been in the West End in a few clubs and didn't have any money to get home so I started walking. And I just walked as far as I could go before I fell asleep and I chose a roundabout and woke up at rush hour. It was a bit disorienting because I couldn't find my glasses so all I knew was I was on this patch of green and there were cars driving round me, so it was a bit of a strange way to wake up.
Edge: When I was a kid camping I'd occasionally sleep outside the tent but not since I was about fifteen or sixteen.
Larry: A couple of times I went to some bike weekends and pitched an old tent and when I was younger I used to go camping with my girlfriend. I was at a bike weekend last summer in Waterford, the Freewheelers Festival. A weekend of debauchery basically. Anyone can go down, you don't have to have a bike and it's just looking at bikes and hanging out and just basically having a blast for a weekend.
BP: And is bikes your main vibe apart from music?
Larry: Well bikes in a real cliche, every pop star every movie star has a motorcycle, it's basically like an accessory to fame and fortune. Having said that, it's something I can see myself doing for a long time. I hate the fact that people think if you're a pop star and ride a bike that it's some sort of macho accessory. I don't consider myself macho, motorcycles is about freedom.
Bono: Yes. More than a few times. When I was sixteen, myself and the Village which was Gavin, Guggi, all those, it was like a street gang, I talked them all into going over to this old seaside town in Wales to try and meet my summer love from the year before whose name was Mandy. The only problem was it was November so when we got over to this place Criccieth in North Wales, absolutely beautiful seaside town, great place to fall in love, we pitched the tent on the seaside on the strand. They had record gale force winds that year and the tent was taken away in a tornado and thrown about a mile down the beach and I remember curling up in a puddle and trying to get the puddle warm! It was then I discovered the great invention that a women's toilet is when they have those air heaters, to dry your hands vibe. We slept in a lady's toilet, taking turns keeping on the dryer to keep warm.

BP: WHO'S YOUR HERO?
Edge: God.
Bono: Very ordinary people are heros to me, people who face up to the facts and get on with it.
Larry: Jesus was a cool guy.
Adam: Robert Mapplethorpe. He did some great photographs of male nudes that really make men proud of their bodies. At the same time I don't like the Bruce Weber boys. I just think the male body is something that shouldn't be covered up.

BP: AND WHO'S YOUR HEROINE?
Edge: Well I really should say God again, because I don't think She's/He's man or woman. Who's my heroine? Pattie Smith.
Bono: Ali. She's so sane although she chooses to live with me.
Larry: None.
Adam: Angelica Houston. She's a very good natural woman and she's a great actress and she's a great person.

BP: WHAT'S YOUR MOST TREASURED AUTOGRAPH?
Larry: A signed picture of the Irish Football Team taken in Italy which there are only two of, and I got one of them and that's a real treasured possession.
Bono: The first autograph I ever got was Eugene Lambert who had this children's puppet theatre.
Edge: I never really got into autographs. I have one from BB King and that's a real treasure.
Adam: Mohammad Ali. My grandfather was building Dublin Airport, and Ali was coming through, and my grandfather thought "Oh I'll get that for Adam", and I was about like seven at the time and it didn't really mean very much to me but now just the fact that he did it means a lot to me 'cos I know how hard it is to ask someone for an autograph. He was a great figure for black American imagination, people really identified with him. I got Johnny Cash's, he gave me a book 'The Man in Black' and autographed it.

BP: DO YOU HAVE A FAVOURITE PHOTO WITH.... ?
Larry: Larry Mullen Jr. and David Bowie.
Adam: Yeah, I've got a picture of me and Pete Townsend, of him kissing me. Were were inducting The Who into the Hall of Fame in New York a couple of years ago and gave him an award. I've known him on and off over the years and he's been a good friend.
Edge: I've got one with me and Bono and Keith (Richards) which is really like, it's kind of right there next to my desk.
Bono: There's a shot that Anton took of myself and my father, my father I think has a cowboy hat on and a plaid shirt and he's sitting in a caravan, backstage at one of our gigs. He looks more like a rock 'n' roll star than I do and he's holding a guitar, he looks like some kind of country 'n' western singer. That's my favourite shot. I also have a shot of myself and Bob Dylan which stopped me from being busted once. I was pulled over in LA and had no identification, I was running through my bag and the cop asked me "What was that?" and I said "I don't have any identification, I just have a photograph of me with Bob Dylan" and he said that would do.

BP: WHAT IS THE WORST THING ABOUT TOURING?
Bono: With U2, you can't give second best or the whole thing falls apart.
Adam: Meeting all these people whose names you've forgotten. It's meeting people who you recognise and you know you should remember their names but for the life of you you can't.
Larry: When the Gigs go wrong, that is the ultimate sort of depression.
Edge: Apart from having to leave behind all the people you love the worst thing about touring is coming home and spending two months of cold turkey trying to pick up the threads of your life that you had before you left, that's hard 'cos you spend a long time finding normal life very weird and the first few mornings you wake up and reach for the telephone to order room service breakfast and you realise you are in your house and you wonder why there is no CNN on the television and shit like that and people ask you weird questions like pass the salt and round 7.00 o clock you start getting very fidgety, you realise there is no show. Strange things happen like certain pieces of music you've used as intro tapes... you're at home and somebody puts that on the record player and you suddenly start crawling up the walls, the adrenalin starts going, it's like this Pavlov's Dog reaction. There's a song called '4th of July' that we used to use all the time and I still can't hear it without thinking we're about to do a show.
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Mensagem por Convidad em Seg 22 Set 2008, 8:46 pm

BP: Did you ever think you were going to die?
LARRY: Yes, only on the back of Bono's motorbike!

Huhauhauhua.. Eita.. o Bono tá muito bem falado em termos de pilotagem!

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BP: DO YOU EVER WISH YOU WERE SOMEBODY ELSE?
Edge: All the time. At times, anyone else. I just thought that life would be a lot better if I was somebody else. Well, things have been looking up within the last few years but no honestly for a while I suppose I hadn't learned to like myself so I felt like I didn't really enjoy being me, that was the real why, but I think I have learned to enjoy being me over the last few years and that's good. I'm actually more fun to be around and a better person and probably a better song writer and musician than before. It's a real drag if you don't like yourself 'cos you do spend a lot of time with yourself.
Larry: Only when I get into a very embarrassing situation. Then I wish that they could 'beam me up Scottie'.
Adam: No.
Bono: Yes. But the person I want to be most is myself, whoever that is. I mean, I wake up as a different person every day. I think it was Edge who once described me as "A nice bunch of guys".

BP: WHAT'S THE WORST THING ABOUT BEING IN U2?
Edge: There's very few bad things about being in U2. The pressure to continue, not to let it just fizzle out. I think sometimes actually, straight up I think we're very lazy.
BP: Do you?
Edge: Yeah, because we have too much fun, we don't actually really get the thing by the scruff of the neck and go for it. We wait until the last minute. It's true on this record. We left for ten days with 5 weeks to go for the deadline. We came back with 3 weeks left and we did most of the vocals, a lot of overdubs and did the mixing in 3 weeks. As procrastinators we're very talented.
Adam: We're very bad at making decisions. Not that we make bad decisions, it just takes us a long time.
Larry: The bond, because responsibilities run so deep and the commitment to the people is so deep that there's no escape. But in the end, it's what we need and what we want.
Bono: I remember saying to my brother or my father "You know, if people come around and ask you about us, like people from the press, do ask us before you talk or give an interview about the band." I think it was my brother who said "Well, ok, but will you ask us?".

BP: IF YOU WEREN'T IN U2, WHICH BAND WOULD YOU BE IN?
Edge: I'd like to be a lumberjack.
Adam: I suppose Bob Marley and The Wailers. I think there's some great bass parts on those records, very classic melody bass parts and there's a great weight and heaviness to the sound. I love the sound and the actual parts. They'd be great things to play.
Bono: The only band that I never want to walk on after, past or present, was The Clash. And I'm not even a fan of all their music and some of it felt phony to me but, from terms of survival instinct, that's the only band I would'nt have wanted to go on after.
Larry: I dont know if I would be in a band if it wasn't for U2.

BP: DO YOU EVER WISH YOU WERE EDGE/LARRY/ADAM/BONO?
Larry: Sometimes I wish I was as gifted as Edge on his guitar or Bono on his lyrics or Adam is on other things.
BP: Does that suggest you think you are less gifted?
Larry: No. I just wish I had part of that gift.
Edge: Sometimes being Larry would be great, but I suppose if I was I'd probably have a bank of fucking echo machines, playing drums through them, so I don't think anything would be different.
Adam: Sometimes I wish I was Larry, yeah. Why? I'd like his dog J.J., who's a labrador.
Bono: The bass is the hippest instrument in rock 'n' roll, the drums are the most exciting. I want to play the guitar very badly and I do play the guitar very badly.

BP: WHAT DOES HAPPINESS MEAN TO YOU?
Edge: People, family and friends, because I think that being around them is what it's about really. I think loneliness is probably the most difficult thing to get over and it's too awfully common at the moment.
Bono: A word I've always liked more than happiness is joy. Happiness is a mood that comes and goes, whereas joy is just there.
Adam: Travelling, just being in a different environment and having to surviving on your own. I went to New York a couple of years ago and took an apartment just for a month and it was the time when the band weren't doing anything and I just set up home there and there was nobody around to show me the ropes or anything. I got the hang of the subway and just generally kind of hung out. And I've always had a paranoia of New York. I hated it before but I really enjoyed it this time. I lived in the Village, West Village. Normally if we're travelling as a group we're always going through places but never getting to know them so I thought "Well I'll go to New York and I'll find out about it" because we were preparing for this record and I wanted to be somewhere that was stimulating culturally, musically, artistically, and I just wanted to feel sharp.
Larry: Happiness is a warm gun.

BP: WHAT'S THE BEST THING ABOUT YOU?
Bono: My nose.
Adam: The way I might like at you.
Larry: My dog.
Edge: I don't snore.

BP: AND WHAT'S THE WORST THING ABOUT YOU?
Bono: My nose.
Larry: I'm black and white.
Edge: I'm so single-minded on some things that I find it hard to keep other things together. When I'm really concentrating on an album or tour or something, a lot of other things in my life get shelved.
Adam: I'm very bad in the mornings, grumpy. I don't say very much.
BP: And how long does it take you to come to?
Adam: About a litre of coffee and two hours.

BP: IF YOU WERE AN ANIMAL WHAT ANIMAL WOULD YOU BE?
Adam: A giraffe. Why? 'Cos then you'd meet other giraffes.
Edge: One of the big cats, so I could just s-t-r-e-t-c-h out in the sun, a panther or a cheetah.
Bono: A wild beest. You'd have to have a sense of humour with a name like that.
Larry: Aaah! A fly. Because Bono wrote about a fly and what's good enough for Bono is good enough for me.

BP: WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE THAT YOU DON'T?
Adam: Naomi Campbell.
Edge: A clone. A clone with good timing so I could send him off to do the things I can't do.
Larry: I would like to play guitar.
Bono: Feet. My legs just seem to end.

BP: DO YOU EVER WISH YOU WERE A WOMAN?
Adam: Yeah, I think I'd be a much better woman than I am a man. I think my talents are more in that direction. I don't mind dressing up, I don't think it makes much difference, not really. I'd love to wear women's underwear if the sizes were right but they don't really support you, you just tend to flop one way or the other.
Larry: I never even thought about it to be honest with you.
Edge: I wondered what it would be like, more than wished I was. I'm still fascinated by what it would be like, yeah, and just their minds, the way they think, ooh. There's a few people I'd love to get inside their heads you know, Pontious Pilot, Judas Iscariot, Charles Manson, you know just people that you cannot fathom. And all women.
Bono: When we did the drag shoot, Edge looked like Winnie The Witch, Adam looked like the Duchess Of York, Larry looked like an extra from some skin flick and I looked like...Barbara Bush.

BP: HAVE YOU EVER TOLD A LIE?
Bono: Everything I say is a lie.
Larry: Yeah. Somebody rang on the phone yesterday and I asked a friend to say I wasn't there. I fib, but I don't lie.
Adam: Yeah, all the time.
Edge: Oh yes. The biggest one is "Yes I can play" when I got my first playing gig, playing with The Drifting Cowboys. They were a country band who played in the heartland of Ireland, doing songs by people I hated at the time, people like George Jones and Hank Williams who since I've grown to love. Larry and myself played a few gigs with them, and my brother Dik too. Larry fell asleep one New Year's Eve at 3 a.m. playing the drums and nobody noticed.

BP: DO YOU HAVE ANY SECRETS?
Edge: Oh yeah, lots of secrets, you know a secret is something you only tell one other person. Wow, I have to tell you one? I used to have a Led Zeppelin album. Actually it was my brother's but I did listen to it a few times. Led Zeppelin IV. That's the one isn't it really? In the latter years I got into the early albums just to catch the vibe. Other secrets? No, I can't ...
Adam: Yeah, lots of them.
BP: What?
Adam: I can't remember.
Larry: Yes, lots.
BP: Will you tell me one?
Larry: No.
Bono: Yes. A secret is something you tell one other person and I'm not telling you, child (laughing).

BP: WHEN DID YOU LAST CRY AND WHY?
Adam: Probably during the album because it was a very confusing time but emotionally I always get very fucked up after a tour. When you come back you have to settle in to normal life again, it's just very very frustrating to have had something taken away from you which is your whole reason for existence, you know you get up every day knowing you're going to do a show each night and then when it's all over you have to come back and like pay the electricity bill and open the door to the postman or whatever it is, there is a frustration there and an emotional confusion about who and where you are and what you're doing. I find I tend to cry a lot then.
BP: And is there a lonliness involved with that?
Adam: I think life is lonely. No matter what you do at the end of the day it's down to your decision, your choices, nobody can make those for you and I think that's lonely.
Larry: (Long, long pause) I'm not going to answer that.
Bono: I suppose I do everything in extremes - laugh a lot, cry a lot, fight a lot, make love a lot, eat too much, drink too much, try too much, cry too much. Pass the onion...
Edge: When I saw 'Spinal Tap' 'cos it's all true.

BP: DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES?
Edge: Yes! That U2 have got this far! I believe in miracles and prayer and faith.
Larry: I always believe there's a chance through hope, faith or downright miracles.
Bono: Yes. Most people who make music see the spirit move in some way.
Adam: Yeah. We made 'Achtung Baby'. I think it's a miracle that U2 are still together and alive and making records, considering the odds against us. Bit of a miracle, that. I'm not saying it in a profound sense but certainly knowing that we got this far convinces me that there must be things at work.
BP: Are you amazed at it?
Adam: By the success of the band? Yeah, I am. I'm generally in awe of it that four people who really didn't know their arse from their elbows and were wet behind their ears can actually travel the world and meet people.


Se alguém quiser, quando tiver mais tempo, posso traduzir essa também... legal:


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Mensagem por Cat Dubh em Seg 22 Set 2008, 8:54 pm

Rosi escreveu:
Cat Dubh, obrigada por postar novamente a entrevista e pela tradução. Ficou ótimo! :aeee:
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Rosi escreveu:ahhhh não esqueci não. ))

ADAM: (Laughing, trying to decide what to say) Elaine.

Quem é essa Elaine, ADAM?! :punish: :bravo:
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Mensagem por Zooropa em Seg 22 Set 2008, 9:40 pm

UAUUUUUUUUUUUUU SHOW!!! lol!
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Mensagem por Mari em Ter 23 Set 2008, 12:27 am

BP: WHAT IS YOUR MOST TREASURED POSSESSION?
Adam: My willie!

:haha: Tinha que ser o Mr. Clayton. :queto:
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BP: What do you plan to do after the tour ends?
ADAM: (Laughing, trying to decide what to say) Elaine.

Nessa época ele não estava mais com a Naomi? :000:
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Mensagem por Cat Dubh em Ter 23 Set 2008, 2:06 pm

Zooropa escreveu:

BP: What do you plan to do after the tour ends?
ADAM: (Laughing, trying to decide what to say) Elaine.

Nessa época ele não estava mais com a Naomi? :000:

BP: WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE THAT YOU DON'T?
Adam: Naomi Campbell.
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Mensagem por Zooropa em Ter 23 Set 2008, 2:15 pm

Sim mas essas duas entrevistas são da mesma época? Pelo o que eu lembro são de anos diferentes. :000:
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Zooropa escreveu:Sim mas essas duas entrevistas são da mesma época? Pelo o que eu lembro são de anos diferentes. :000:

:000: Acho que são de 1983, mas uma no começo do ano e outra no fim.

He still hasn't found who he's looking for
Wednesday March 07 2007
Is there the whiff of the eternal bachelor about Adam Clayton or is the man with the golden bass just plain unlucky in love? ANN DERMODY reports
It's probably just as well that Nicole Kidman isn't particularly pally with U2 bassist Adam Clayton. The actress who famously had a $10,000 bet with eternal bachelor George Clooney that he would be married and knee-deep in children by his 40th birthday would be out of pocket again this week if she had placed a similar wager on the Dublin rock star.
Kidman lost dramatically when Clooney reached the big Four-0 sans wedding ring five years ago. He allegedly sent the money back offering a double-or-quits option by his 50th.
With news emerging that Adam Clayton has split from his long-time partner and fiancé Susie Smith, will the U2 bassist be seeking to lift Clooney's 'most eligible' bachelor crown?
At 47, the man known as one of the quieter members of the band has once again become Ireland's most sought-after man. On paper Mr Clayton has it all: the five-star lifestyle, the glorious career and the undying devotion of millions of fans around the world.
But when he goes home to his Georgian pile in Rathfarnham after an arduous world tour, unlike the other members of U2 it's not to a bevvy of kids and a loving spouse.
Although little is known about his private life, there has always been something alluringly unconventional about Adam Clayton; something that just doesn't gel with the institution of marriage.
These days, his neat haircut and intellectual-looking spectacles are a world apart from the wild rock star image of yesteryear, when he had blonde hair and swanned around in an Afghan coat. Yet Clayton still manages to give off the vibe that he is marching to a different drum.
There's no indication that he's a Hugh Grant-style player or a George Clooney commitment-phobe, despite having been engaged twice - first to supermodel Naomi Campbell in 1994, and most recently to Canadian music executive Susie Smith.
Despite all the temptations that must lie on your average megastar's doorstep, there have never been any stories of night-crawling in Los Angeles or dramatic kiss-and-tell sagas played out by groupies in the tabloids.
Whether or not the last-minute reticence to waltz up the aisle came from Clayton or his fiancé, at least they won't be breaking up in public like Macca and Heather.
He and Susie Smith had been together for about a decade before they announced their engagement last year and their plans to marry in 2007. Unexpectedly, instead of the chime of wedding bells has come the echo of a relationship breaking apart.
However, like that other confessed bachelor Hugh Grant, who also recently split from his long-term girlfriend Jemima Khan, Clayton remains friends with his exes. But unlike the Kylie Minogues and the Sienna Millers who seem to choose men who are so obviously wrong for them, Clayton has had apparently meaningful long-term relationships with worthy women.
The only problem is they have unravelled.
The irony is that there appears to be different rules for men and women when it comes to finding lasting love - even when they happen to be beautiful, famous and fabulously successful. High-profile men such as Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx who have yet to find their 'Ms Right' are not seen as pitiful recluses in need of a mate to complete their lives like their female equivalents.
Even if Adam Clayton or other high-profile bachelors like Matthew McConaughey are secretly nursing broken hearts and suffering lonely nights, it's hard to imagine them sitting at home crying into their cocoa, bawling about not having met the love of their lives.
Clayton can look forward to a chorus of back-slapping applause as he comes back on the market. Meanwhile, his former flame Naomi Campbell, a dozen years his junior at just 35 and still stunningly desirable, is being written off as a spinster with all the negative connotations that conjures up.
Privately, things may not be as easy in the love stakes for the Zen-like bassist. After all, the other members of U2 have all been with their partners and wives for years. Finding 'the one', if there is such a thing, may become a harder and harder prospect as time goes on for someone like Adam Clayton.
Unlike your average bloke, he's not likely to meet her by popping down to his local. Nor can he meet her in work, as he did with Smith, without the sense of discomfort on her side that comes with dating the boss.
He is, after all, one of five directors of a huge organisation that, despite all its advantages, comes with the massive drawback that he may never know whether someone actually likes him for himself or for the reflected glory of his public persona and bank account.
Adam Clayton hasn't actually publicly said anything. Whether a wife and kids are part of his life plan is anyone's guess, though fans who have an extraordinarily personal relationship with U2 would probably like to see him settled and happy.
While he decides, the gold-diggers and fame-seekers will be busy sharpening their manicured nails.
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All aboard edge's €15m 'hip ship' - News & Gossip, Entertainment - Independent.ie

All aboard edge's €15m 'hip ship'

Wednesday September 24 2008

U2 GUITARIST The Edge has revealed how he has fulfilled a dream by buying a €15m luxury yacht.

It was recently claimed that Bono had splashed out a small fortune on the Cyan, a 140-foot yacht with six cabins and accommodation for 12 guests.

But Edge spoke out last night to the Irish Independent to put the record straight.

"It's not Bono's yacht at all, it's mine. Bono doesn't know a thing about boats," he said.

"For years it was a dream of mine to own a yacht, but to be honest, it was a bit out of my league. So myself and a few friends got together, chipped in, and bought the Cyan. I don't know where the story that Bono owns it came from."

And Edge's wife Morleigh Steinberg has spent the past few months in the south of France overseeing a total redesign of the yacht, which included a new paint job.

Edge added: "She's now been totally refurbished and we're really happy with her. Morleigh has totally overseen all the work onboard and it's great. So it's now a really hip ship!"

The Cyan has a long list of luxuries, including an on-deck jacuzzi, a state-of-the-art music system, a swimming platform, large dining area and a luxury bar. It was built in 1997 by Codesca Yachts and commanded a charter price of between e140,000 and e175,000, depending on how long it was being hired for.

Edge and Bono own a luxury villa beside the beach in Eze-sur-mer on the French Riviera, where neighbours include superstars Elton John, Tina Turner and Michael Flatley.

While Bono has often been snapped on the beach or entertaining friends during his annual break, Edge and his family are very rarely pictured on their holidays there.

Edge also owns a home in Killiney in south county Dublin, as well as a property near Malibu in America.

And the guitar ace, who recently starred in a documentary film with guitar greats Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and Jack White of The White Stripes, is now dividing his time between enjoying the yacht and finishing the next album.

A spokeswoman for the band revealed: "There won't be much public activity from the band until next year. They're still perfecting the album, which won't be released until next year."

And she said that their office was receiving constant queries from fans and reporters alike over whether the band would play Croke Park, the Phoenix Park or the O2 venue as part of next year's world tour.

"The tour plans haven't been confirmed at all, but they certainly will be playing Dublin. It is their hometown after all," she added.

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"It's not Bono's yacht at all, it's mine. Bono doesn't know a thing about boats," he said.

"For years it was a dream of mine to own a yacht, but to be honest, it was a bit out of my league. So myself and a few friends got together, chipped in, and bought the Cyan. I don't know where the story that Bono owns it came from."

Ele parece que ficou nervoso! ))
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Nossa e justamente o Bono que tem cara de ser o maior medroso? Se fosse o Larry ainda. :rollll:

O Larry já fez botox né? Já ouvi várias histórias a respeito e se você olhar realmente parece que fez. :000:
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Bono (Himself) Challenges Me to a Debate
By DAVE MARSH

On a perfectly pleasant evening at the end of May, my colleague Gavin Martin and I were sitting with most of the E Street Band and a few dozen others in the bar of the Merion Hotel in Dublin after a Springsteen show. It was getting on towards midnight. The room was conversationally loud. I was drinking red wine because I can’t stand Guinness, never mind my last name.

The noise level rose noticeably as another troupe entered. It was U2, in full, and their manager, Paul McGuinness. Gavin and I looked at one another in trepidation. We knew what probably came next and sure enough, ‘round the corner of the couch came a man dressed in a ginger suit with ginger hair, possibly the recent victim of some surgery but nonetheless recognizable as Bono Himself.

Himself did not plop down on the couch—there wasn’t room and both Gavin and I have trained ourselves against obeisance even to godlike celebrities. So Bono leaned over and began to engage us in conversation. He spewed out theories, analyses, opinions and attitudes. All he got back were monosyllables and mumbles. We weren’t talked out, exactly. Maybe kind of dumbfounded, that He was living out such a perfect caricature of himself.

That’s a little unfair because He did eventually ask what we were working on. I don’t remember what Gavin said, because I was busy inventorying what I didn’t want to talk about: Not my book about why American Idol is evil (because I feared the response) and not the one about the civil rights movement (because I didn’t want to lose my temper about that moronic songs that says Martin Luther King did not lose his “pride” when he was assassinated, as if MLK were a preening, pretentious pop star). So I said, “Actually, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about celebrity politics and how ineffective they are.”

I have been. I started at No Nukes (the MUSE concerts) which did succeed, with help from Three Mile Island, in shutting down the U.S. nuclear power industry for 25 years. But after that, I couldn’t think of a problem that actually gained a solution from celebrity involvement: AIDS is a bigger crisis than ever, hunger is rampant precisely where hunger was rampant at the time of Live Aid, nuclear power is making a comeback in the States, and celebrity endorsements failed to elect the last several Presidents. (Which is one reason the McCain-Palin complaint that Obama is nothing but a celebrity is preposterous—they wish.)

Then again, my thinking wasn’t so sharp that night. Bono seized my statement and, with a look of determination, declared: “I think I know something about that. And you’re dead wrong.” I said, well, not as far as I could see. He said, “No. It does work…I think we should have a debate about this, Dave. A public debate.”

I responded that I had a satellite radio show called Kick Out the Jams, two hours every Sunday, and we could do that debate any week he’d like. He said that sounded good to Him, I said I’d put the folks at Sirius to work on it that very night. We parted soon after. A weird story, I thought, but put in a call to Sirius just in case.

He had plenty of wiggle room, Gavin being my only witness. But the next night, Bono told my wife, “Tell Dave not to forget about our debate.” Paul McGuinness was standing right next to them, too.

U2’s New York office took a couple weeks to get back and then said that the debate would happen, after the band completed recording its new album. (The release date has now been pushed back to January.)

I figure, if it does happen, I can’t exactly win—celebrity counts for something, after all—even with the facts on my side. I also think it’ll be fun, and some additional listeners (and readers—RRC will of course provide a transcript) will get the point. Which is empowerment of those who are not celebrated, who are in fact the wretched of this Earth. Those people have voices, too, and the solution to many of these problems is to hear them, speaking for themselves, not through a bullhorn controlled by Bono and Bob Geldof into the ears of politicians who are deaf as a matter of principle.

And if it doesn’t happen, believe you me, I’ll have even more fun. I’m thinking that, now that the record is due in January, the time to begin the count for Kick Out the Jams Held Hostage is probably March 1—it’s not only a Sunday next year, it’s also my birthday.

Of course, I’d rather present the debate...

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Essa é muito boa...

Bono's Mother's Day radio interview, May 1998 (transcript)

Bono/Adora Mill's Mother's Day Interview on 99X radio (Atlanta)
8 May 1998


DJ: This is our Mother's Day show and every Mother's Day we have on Adora Mills, Mike Mills' mom. Hi Adora?

Adora: Good Morning.

DJ: She is our favorite mom. She is our adopted Morning X mom. She is the mother of the Morning X collectively. Is the family listening, is Mike listening this morning?

Adora: I sort of doubt it, its rather early in the morning. But, I want to tell you that it is such an honor to be mother representative of the Rock and Roll world.

DJ: We love that you listen to us, that makes us very happy.

Adora: Oh yes, I certainty do. It's great. I appreciate your thinking. You don't let people sit there and just unthink themselves. They have to think when they listen to 99X. That's for sure. They may not think good, but they are thinking. (lol)

DJ: Now tell us a story about what happened at a certain after show party and some certain people, and why you're here this morning.

Adora: We were so lucky to be able to hear Bono and U2 in concert when they came to Atlanta this past year and Michael Stipe, because they are all such good friends, had an after show party for them and we were lucky enough to be able to go too. And, my 9 year old grandson was there and he stood up that whole concert and never, never, never stopped listening, he had such a wonderful time. But, at the show (Bono) had heard that somehow I was gonna be on (the radio) as the mother representative this morning and he said, "I'll tell you what", he said. "Wherever I am in this world, I will call you on Mothers' Day" And, I just about flipped. Is that not the most wonderful thing you ever heard?

DJ: And, WhaaaaLaaaa!!! Here is Bono.

Bono: That's show business. ((lol))

DJ: Kept his word. Here he is the Mother's Day show. Hey Bono, how are you?

Bono: Mama.

Adora: Ahhh you are just super. You don't know how much I appreciate this. You know you're my adoptive son.

Bono: Well....umm... I've been....you know.... I'm very very excited about the fact that you're my adoptive mother and today.

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Bono: I haven't had one for a while and I'm really grateful. And, that you just should stand in the breach. Thank you Adora. I'm not the only one that's in your fan club. But, I just thought it was very cool that you were to be on the radio on Mother's Day.

Adora: Well, and I have to tell you, my dear son, how proud I am of you and some of the things I've heard about the tour this time. Could you tell me what went on with the disappearing mothers... I know you had a bunch of them on stage. How did you manage that?

Bono: Ummm....if your talking ....there was two....in South America you must be talking about ummmm....

Adora: The Mothers of the Disappeared children.

Bono: Yeah. In Chile or Argentina. There are separate sections of this organization of women whose sons and daughters who have disappeared over the last 20 years for I guess for being dissident. And, but non-violent dissidence most of them. But the most dramatic thing I can tell you about was... I don't know if you saw on the news that when President Pinochet, General Pinochet, was looking for a life seat in the Senate in Chile and the opposition party in Chile staged a protest where they brought in the pictures of the disappeared children and their names and staged this protest in the Parliament there because Pinochet, of course, is known to be responsible for this horrendous murders and all these women want is to know where the bones of their children are buried. I suppose, if this is not to heavy for this early in the morning. And, anyway, we found out that this protest was inspired by our concert the night before where we brought on the mothers.

Adora: Oh my.

Bono: So, since then there has been a lot of changes in Chile and it was just nice to feel even a small part of that. I'm delighted the story even made it to the U.S. I had no idea. That's great.

Adora: Yes, yes it did and I know that sometimes its amazing how far reaching a very small action can be. That wasn't a small action, but still sometimes you just don't know when you say what, where its gonna go.

Bono: Yeah, we found out because of the Chilean ambassador turned up in South Africa at our last show and he brought pictures of the protest and the Parliament building and said do you realize this is what your concert started?

Adora: How about that.

Bono: But, it was a great feeling to stand on stage in the same stadium as so many, you know, so many young people were brutally tortured and murdered and to be able to address General Pinochet from the stage on live television in Chile and say give the dead back to the living. Please, General Pinochet, tell these women where the bones of their sons and daughters are. That was an extraordinary moment... certainly in my life and U2's.

Adora: Oh yes. And, what a tribute to mothers for a wonderful Mother's Day thing to say this morning.

Bono: These are happening women, by the way.

DJ: Where are you Bono?

Bono: I'm at home in Dublin, Ireland and I'm looking out on a kinda mixed up bit of a day. Umm, it was bright about five minutes ago and I think its about to snow now. Uhh, its an Irish summer.

DJ: Its about 3:00 there in Ireland, right?

Bono: Yep. Its 2:00.

DJ: Bono, jumping out of bed bright and early at 2:00. Its an early morning for you. (lol)

Bono: Well, it..I...tried to get up early you know. I've got kids. Ummm, but last night I....I..I...I..*cough* I was working late. (lol)

DJ: Yeah.

Adora: We understand that for sure. I have a message for you from Mike, my son, Mike. Ummm, he went up to New York this week for the opening of Michael's photography exhibit and also the book release for the photographs he took of Patti Smith's tour.

Bono: Yeah.

Adora: And, ran into Larry up there. Larry Mullen.

Bono: Wow.

Adora: Yeah and so said to be sure and tell you hello for him and he hopes your doing fine.

Bono: (laughter) Well, it is kinda odd. Ummm that Larry should be seen out anywhere really. (lol)

DJ: Why, does he hibernate.

Bono: Yeah, well he... Larry... he strikes me as a little bit like Bill Berry was in REM, he keeps himself to himself and ummm... you know... just hangs with cops and stuff.

Adora: Yeah, but you know when you get to talking to him he's got a lot to say. Cause I talked to him at the party and he is sooo neat.

Bono: Oh yeah, he is very cool and he does have the gift of eternal youth. Which is always worth talking to someone with that shit.

DJ: Doesn't he ride a Harley?

Bono: You know, its very hard... this business of riding a Harley, because its become such a cliché. But, he is actually, I think so proud of the bike and he's so proud that he has covered all of the U.S. and he's done a lot of miles on his bike. But, he doesn't wear it on his sleeve or wear it on a saddle these days as much. He doesn't like to talk about. He says there are two kinds of bikers: ones that ride and ones that talk about it. He wants to be in the former camp.

DJ: Does he pack it up on the semi and bring it city to city and go riding around?

Bono: Actually he did.

DJ: I can't believe management is real crazy about him riding around on a Harley, cross country, during a tour.

Bono: Yeah, no they are not.

DJ: One spill...

Bono: The Edge's fire eating is a much bigger problem. (lol)

DJ: The Edge's fire eating? Now, are you joking?

Bono: What you do think? (lol)

DJ: (lol) Well...I don't know, I mean. Who knows what kind of private life he has... he might dabble in some kind of weird areas. (lol)

Bono: They do... These rock stars.

DJ: Bono, this is great that you called us this morning to talk to Adora Mills and she's got more questions for you.

Adora: I do. I have some more questions for you, but the first one I want to ask you right quick is how old are your children?

Bono: Uhhh, well I share a birthday with my eldest daughter. She's 8 at the moment and she's gonna be 9 on Sunday.

Adora: Ohhhh. How nice...is your birthday this Sunday?

Bono: Yeah.

Adora: On Mother's Day...how special.

DJ: You'll be uh 26, right Bono?

Bono: That's it. (lol) But, there is a painting of me somewhere. If you know that old Oscar Wilde story. The second girl, her name is Eve and she is 6 and in fact she is running around the house right now because she has a sore throat and she didn't go to school. She was banging me on the head to wake me up this morning. (lol)

Adora: Well, that is absolutely wonderful. I am sooo glad that you have children to keep you sane.

Bono: Oh well, I don't know about that. I don't know who is looking after who here. Uhhh....no they are very cool. We took them out of school for the U.S. tour and their mother, Ali, and we have a friend (name missing) taught them school as they were travelling around the U.S. You know, that
was a real experience for them and they went on every date of the tour. They lived in New York for a while and they went down to Washington and did loads of things. They met the President. Jordan read out a poem to them in the Oval offices, which was really cool. It was about peace in Northern Ireland. They are kinda hip kids. They are great. But, I have to say it is their mother that has to take the credit for this. I love Ali and I adore my kids and I want to be there for them. But, I probably don't have the ummm... the actual mental capacity. Ummmm...to look after them as well as their mother. She kinda runs the show around here and I am just you know kinda tidied up occasionally and thrown out to work. They have parties here when I go on tour. You know...(lol)

DJ: I'm sure they do.

Adora: I think that's a fathers job. My daughter in law and I were talking about yesterday about how fathers just seem to appear when they are needed and are not there any other times and that seems to be they way that fathers do and that's ok too. As long as your there when you are
needed and that's what's important.

Bono: No, I am there. I am there.

Adora: We know that.

Bono: I am definitely there. And they know that and I think they find it kind of amusing having their father be a grown up and do a children's job.

DJ: Bono after being on tour for sooooo long how do you decompress? How do you relax now?

Bono: I'm not sure I have decompressed or particularly want to. I mean for me... in the end... its not a job. You know, I... this is an amazing thing you know to be able to make a living out of a gift and its not like something I can think... Whoa... that was really hard work... now I better take some months off to recover. Its all part of the one thing for and I love being at home in Dublin at the moment. To answer your question is this town, this city and its complete disregard for success is certainly a good way. Cause if I don't get my head down here, I just generally get it knocked off. They have a very healthy attitude about people like myself. They just ignore me.

DJ: Do you resent like negative press that you get from your own country. Does that bother you? Bono; You know, it can...sometimes...you know its hard for us to get a hometown gig here for peculiar reasons. But, you know rock and roll bands need a bit of a kicking. They do. And, we just are just having a great time and I think its OK if your..... hold on, I'm actually being interrupted... would you come over here Evie... do you want to say something...

DJ: Lets talk to Eve.

Bono: She doesn't talk much. I'm not sure she will do this. Would you just explain to the people what I have to do?

DJ: How old is she Bono?

Bono: Eve is 6.

DJ: Eve 6

Eve: [softly] Happy Mother's Day...

Adora: Ohhh thank you soooo much Evie. I hope your throat gets better.

Bono: Did you get that?

Adora: Yes, we got it... thank you.

Bono: (lol) That's about as much as Eve would say over a whole day. I think it was a sort of Friday the 13th [spooky] ...Happy Moooother's Daaayyyy...

DJ: Its a lot for a 6 year old.

Adora: We hope that her sore throat gets much better and she feels much better.

Bono: Yeah.

Adora: I want to tell you too Bono, how impressed I am with and how proud I am of the way that *my* children use their minds and think. Ya'll come out with some of the most amazing things that are just... well not only off the wall... but, thought provoking and brave and courageous.

Bono: Awww... Mom.

Adora: Very scary to a mom I can tell you that.

Bono: Well listen, you know... I'm gonna run now... but I love talking to you Adora. You know how I feel about Atlanta and actually just Georgia. I'd love to be there right now if I wasn't here right now and... all the blessings to you and to Mike and the band and everyone at 99X. It's a great station and you're great folks. Thanks for treating us well when
we were in town.

Adora: Thank you so much and I close with a typical southern thing... which is... Come see us honey. (lol)

Bono: Alright, and I'll do that.

DJ: Bono?

Bono: Yeah?

DJ: We really appreciate you calling.

Bono: That's no problem... I'll be honest. Some drink had been taken when we decided to go for this (lol). But it still felt good the next morning. Unlike a lot of the other things I'm sure.

DJ: That's how we all ended up here. We have one last 15 second thing that I think you can excel at big time. It's called our Fish Quiz and every celebrity on takes it. Only 15 seconds to name as many fish as you can.

Bono: FISH? (lol)

DJ: That's it. Anything under water.

Bono: How about Three Cords and the Trout? Swordfish... shark... uhhh... uhhh... mackerel... they are really good... ummmm... uhhhh... cod... uhhh... smoked cod (lol) ...fresh cod...(lol)...what else?

DJ: Somewhere between 5 and 7.

Bono: How did I do there?

DJ: You got about 5...6...or 7...

Bono: Ohhhh...

DJ: You got 4 actually. The champion is John Popper from Blues Traveler. He got 14.

Bono: Well next time I'll be ready and speedier. It's early in the morning for the Fish Quiz....

DJ: Thank you, Bono. Bye-Bye

Bono: Bye...

DJ: Bono... from Dublin.

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