From being around music so much, there are times that I feel a little desensitized from it. I certainly don’t feel that when I watch the clips from U2’s up coming documentary. Just hearing the rough cuts of “One” in the background give me a buzz.

As ‘Twenty Years of Achtung Baby” approaches (re-issues and box sets due Oct 31st), so does ‘From the Sky Down”. When watching the trailer I can’t help but notice how U2 believes Achtung Baby is the album that put them on top of the world. And this confuses me a bit as I always considered “The Joshua Tree” as the one that really put them over the top.

I guess it's like 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For', 'Where The Streets Have No Name' and 'With Or Without You' versus 'Mysterious Ways', 'Even Better Thatn The Real Thing' and 'One. Well, they’re both filled with a bunch of awesome songs. So I guess it doesn’t matter much. Either way, I can’t wait to watch the documentary in its entirety which airs on Showtime a few days earlier on Oct 29th.