Off the Record (2006– )
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Bono and The Edge: Off the Record 

Mefisto Vox and his genius guitar player Edge are hosted by Dave Stewart in night show full of mild atmosphere, remembrances, teasing and comfortable seats.

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After long waiting of impatient audience Bono and Edge come to Dave Stewart's night show presented on HBO. They arrive without guitars and there is no 80 000 people audience. They come meager and common. They talk reasonably and they drop some jokes. They remember old times and get a nice drink. Everybody is satisfied. Nothing rattled, but u will keep it in mind anyway. Written by edgar-poe

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Music | Talk-Show

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They'd be welcome to my house too
21 May 2007 | by (Slovakia) – See all my reviews

Yeah, despite the fact that the show didn't host the whole group I must admit that two of them were enough...even one of them would be enough! They bear a huge history with them, a giant production, hundreds audiences left behind - but it still fits them to fetch up among a smaller group of people in a studio that reminds of restaurant. For U2 fans it is not necessary to highlight Bono and The Edge's memories of their (band's) past. The majority knows that each song has had a specific history of writing, conditioned mainly by things happening around. I think that show is worth seeing because of the artists themselves. U feel they are awesome personalities. Maybe sometimes people get bored by Bono's intensive speech about something I would call "his own philosophy", but it's not the case. Anyway, the only thing I got disappointed by was the fact that they didn't play any song unplugged. I could notice an adorning guitar hanging on the back wall, but it stayed silent. Pity. For me it's always been a fabulous experience to hear them playing the simple way.


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