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No Line on the Horizon (revisiting an almost-masterpiece)

No Line on the Horizon (NLOTH) dropped back in 2009, which means we’re coming up on ten years. It’s time to revisit this often stunning work in the nine-year anniversary celebration no one asked for! 1,156 more words


7.4 - Wolf&Scorpion

“Scorpion was my best friend at Percpetionist Training,” Wolf said.  “When I first arrived there I had some experience in basic Perceptionism – Alcohol, Marijuana, and even Acid, but it was nothing compared to Scorpion who was the most experienced one there.  881 more words

Chapter Seven

The edge: Awake, Listen! Follow! - Roxy Gahegan

Roxy is the chaplain at St. Cuthbert’s college in central Auckland.

There are three things that have struck me deeply over the last ten years with regards to the teachings of Jesus and the way that we as church organise ourselves and live our faith and life journeys. 746 more words

Church Culture

492. heroine

This gem came out just before Joshua Tree, U2’s The Edge doing some soundtrack work, bringing in an unknown named Sinead O’Connor to sing a lead vocal so strong it inspires thoughts of an alternate pop-history, where U2 never goes supernova. 60 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

Pride (In The Name of Love)

Nearly 34 years after its release, “Pride (In The Name of Love)” remains my favorite U2 song. As is almost always the case with a popular song, it’s the music–in this case The Edge’s ringing, keening guitar line–that I mainlined and got high on when I first heard it back in 1984.  273 more words

Popular Music

Words Cannot Carry Meaning the Way Actions Do

By Ooi Kee Beng, for The Edge Weekly, March 26, 2018

Humans will always go into conflicts. It is understandable, and even acceptable when these are due to irreconcilable differences in material interests, be these economic in nature or cultural. 849 more words


Realism in Star Wars: Why Rey Isn't a Mary-Sue

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Sweaty neck-beards can’t let us enjoy anything in life, so from the very conception of the latest Star Wars  513 more words

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