|1||Vertigo (Temple Bar Mix) (Video Performed At HQ)||3:07|
|2||Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own (Acoustic Couch Mix) (Video Performed At HQ)||4:43|
|3||U2 And 3 Songs||20:11|
|4||Vertigo (Video Performed At HQ)||3:22|
|5||A Man And A Woman|
Co-producer – Carl Glanville, Steve LillywhiteProducer – Jacknife Lee
|6||One Step Closer|
Guitar – Daniel Lanois
|7||City Of Blinding Lights|
Co-producer – Chris ThomasMixed By – Greg Collins, Nellee Hooper, Simon GogerlyProducer – FloodProgrammed By – Fabien Waltmann
|8||Crumbs From Your Table (Video Performed At HQ)||4:59|
Mandolin – Daniel Lanois
|10||Original Of The Species||4:34|
|12||Love And Peace Or Else|
Co-producer – Chris Thomas, FloodMixed By – Kieran LynchProducer – Brian EnoProgrammed By – Jacknife LeeShaker – Daniel LanoisSynthesizer – Brian Eno
|14||All Because Of You|
Mixed By – Kieran Lynch
|15||Crumbs From Your Table||4:59|
Co-producer, Percussion, Synthesizer – Carl GlanvilleProgrammed By – Jacknife Lee
|17||Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own (Studio Performance) (Video Performed At HQ)||5:08|
|19||Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own|
Co-producer – Nellee Hooper, Steve LillywhiteMixed By – Greg Collins, Nellee Hooper, Simon GogerlyProgrammed By – Fabien Waltmann
|9867829, 986 782-9||U2||How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (CD, Album)||Island Records, Island Records||9867829, 986 782-9||UK & Europe||2004|
|986 818-0||U2||How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (CD, Album, Spe + DVD-V)||Island Records||986 818-0||Hong Kong||2004|
|0249867829||U2||How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (CD, Album)||Island Records, Island Records Group||0249867829||Canada||2004|
|16SC0051||U2||How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (CD, Album, RE, Sli)||Island Records, Universal||16SC0051||Italy||2016|
|UICI 1037||U2||How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (CD, Album, Promo)||Island Records||UICI 1037||Japan||2004|
- Co-producer – Jacknife Lee (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10)
- Composed By – U2
- Edited By [Digital] – Patricia Sullivan Fourstar
- Engineer – Carl Glanville, Chris Heaney
- Lyrics By – Bono, The Edge (tracks: 1, 4, 11, 12)
- Mastered By – Arnie Acosta
- Mixed By – Carl Glanville (tracks: 1, 2, 11), Flood (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 10), Jacknife Lee (tracks: 7 to 9), Steve Lillywhite (tracks: 1, 2, 8, 12)
- Producer – Chris Thomas (tracks: 3, 9, 11), Daniel Lanois (tracks: 4, 9, 10), Steve Lillywhite (tracks: 1, 2, 6, 8, 10, 12)
- Recorded By – Carl Glanville
- Synthesizer – Jacknife Lee (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 10, 12)
Track #12 (Fast Cars) is mentioned on the back cover but does not exist on the CD.
CD with Batch ID AB100000.
DVD with Batch ID AB15000.
Picture Format: Ntsc 16:9.
Duration: 43 minutes.
Audio: Dolby PCM Stereo.
- Barcode: 6 02498 68180 0
- Other (CD catalog number): 60249867829
- Matrix / Runout (CD): Microservice 48564M3041109ANC15 316/60249867829
- Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI L363
- Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 5407
- Other (DVD catalog number): 60249868175
- Matrix / Runout (DVD): Microservice 48565M3041107VD05 316/60249868175
- Mastering SID Code (DVD): IFPI L363
- Mould SID Code (DVD): IFPI 541S
- Other (Batch ID: Set / Package): PAB15000
- Other (Batch ID: CD): AB100000
- Other (Batch ID: DVD): AB15000
- Filmed At – Hanover Quay Studios
- Licensed To – Universal Island Records Ltd.
- Manufactured For – Universal Music Ltda.
- Manufactured By – Microservice Tecnologia Digital da Amazônia Ltda.
- Distributed By – Microservice Tecnologia Digital da Amazônia Ltda.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal International Music B.V.
- Copyright (c) – Universal International Music B.V.
How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb is the eleventh studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was released on 22 November 2004 in the United Kingdom by Island Records and a day later in the United States by Interscope Records. Much like their previous album All That You Can't Leave Behind 2000, the record exhibits a more mainstream rock sound after the band experimented with alternative rock and dance music in the 1990s. It was produced by Steve Lillywhite, with additional production from Chris Thomas. How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb is the 11th studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was a confident, cinematic album that played to their strengths, winning back the allegiance of wary fans and critics, who were eager to once again bestow the title of the world's biggest and best band upon the band, but all that praise didn't acknowledge a strange fact about the album: it was a conservative affair. Released in November 2004, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb was U2's 11th studio album and their first since All That You Can't Leave Behind in 2001. With a series of hit singles like 'Vertigo', 'Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own', 'All Because of You' and 'City of Blinding Lights', the album reached No. 1 in 34 countries and went on to sell 10m copies. A year later, the album qualified for consideration and was nominated in five categories - it swept the board again, including Song of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Rock Album. Steve Lillywhite joined the band on stage - and took home his own Grammy for Producer nonclassical of the Year. It was one of the earliest ideas for what became How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, a riff conceived at The Edges house in Malibu that immediately sounded like something from the annals of classic rock, somewhere between Zeppelin and the Stooges, but with a 21st century vitality that was entirely custom-made. As with every previous endeavour, U2 emerged from the album and the tour all the wiser. We make mistakes all the time, said Mullen. Were very slow learners, but we do learn. Still, Atomic Bomb is not an especially surprising record. It's a classic mix of colossal ballads and jerky rockers- part-The Unforgettable Fire, part-Achtung Baby. Despite a deliberately leading album title- and one lone, overtly suggestive song title Love and Peace Or Else- How to Dismantle An Atomic Bomb is a curiously apolitical record, more about love and loyalty and the 2001 death of Bono's father than impending global doom. Halfway through the excellent new U2 album, Bono announces, I like the sound of my own voice. Well-said, lad well-said. U2 bring that old-school, wide-awake fervor to How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. The last time we heard from them, All That You Cant Leave Behind, U2 were auditioning for the job of the Worlds Biggest Rock & Roll Band. During the course of Atomic Bomb, you will be urged to ponder death Sometimes You Cant Make It On Your Own , birth Original of the Species , God Yahweh , love A Man and a Woman , war Love and Peace or Else and peace City of Blinding Lights , which barely gives you time to. Songs in album U2 - How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb 2004. U2 - Vertigo. Album 2004 12 Songs. How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb Q&A. Producers Brian Eno, Carl Glanville, Chris Thomas & 5 more. Writers Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge Guitarist & 1 more. Atmospheric Guitar Jacknife Lee. Backing Vocals The Edge Guitarist & Larry Mullen Jr. Bass Adam Clayton