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U2 - Pride (The Classic Hits Recorded Live In Chicago) Album

U2 - Pride (The Classic Hits Recorded Live In Chicago) Album
Pride (The Classic Hits Recorded Live In Chicago)
Post-Punk, Arena Rock
LL 15483
MP3 album size:
2121 mb
FLAC album size:
1912 mb
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2With Or Without You6:26
3I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For5:57
5The Unforgetable Fire4:31
6Running To Still4:23
7Where The Streets Have No Name6:16
9Mothers Of The Disappeared4:02
10Sunday Bloody Sunday6:08


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STEN 91.078U2 Pride ‎(CD, Unofficial)StentorSTEN 91.078Germany1992
CB 53012, 53012U2 To You ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)Crocodile Beat, Crocodile BeatCB 53012, 53012Germany1993


  • Written-ByClayton, Bono, Mullen, The Edge


The Classic Hits recorded Live in Chicago, April 1987


  • Barcode (Text): 5 450162 154830
  • Rights Society: ACUM / BIEM
  • SPARS Code: AAD


Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. U2 are an Irish alternative rock band from Dublin formed in 1976. The group consists of Bono lead vocals and rhythm guitar, the Edge lead guitar, keyboards, and backing vocals, Adam Clayton bass guitar, and Larry Mullen Jr. drums and percussion. Initially rooted in post-punk, U2's musical style evolved throughout their career, yet has maintained an anthemic sound built on Bono's expressive vocals and the Edge's effects-based guitar textures. Their lyrics, often embellished with spiritual imagery, focus on personal and sociopolitical themes. Popular for their read more. Pride In the Name of Love Lyrics. Pride: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Plays U2 is a U2 tribute album recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in May 1998. It was released on April 20, 1999. Although it was released in 1999, it contains no material more recent than on U2's 1991 album Achtung Baby. The album was re-released on June 23, 2003 under the title The Hits of U2. The original cover art of the album is a parody on the cover of U2's 1988 album Rattle and Hum. The whole album is first journeys first journeys geographically, spiritually, sexually. And thats hard. But we went there. The band recorded it without the help of either Brian Eno or Daniel Lanois, arriving at something closer to the shadowy expressionist charge of arty European punk than American blues or gospel. Drawing inspiration from the Stooges raucous, proto-punk classic 1969 hardly the stuff of hit singles in 1988, Bono and the Edge wrote a song that made the Billboard Top Five and earned U2 one of their first Grammys. Bono has said the tune displayed the religiosity of rock & roll concerts as well as his own lust for success. Listen album. Songs in album U2 - Pride In The Name Of Love 1984. U2 - Pride In The Name Of Love. U2 - Boomerang I Instrumental. U2 - Boomerang II Vocal. U2 - 4Th Of July. U2 Go Home Live From Slane Castle Ireland. With 1999's Pride, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra continues paying tribute to classic rock bands. This time the group is U2, and over the course of 12 tracks, the Philharmonic explores the band's musical nuances. Pride's track list spans U2's entire career, from early moments like the title track, New Year's Day and Sunday Bloody Sunday. Pride In the Name of Love. Mothers of the Disappeared. With or Without You. More releases. English, Album. Crocodile Beat 5450162530122. 1993, , English, Album. FreeDB records. Vertigo 2005: Live from Chicago is a concert film by Irish rock band U2, showcasing two concerts recorded at United Center in Chicago, Illinois during band's 2005 Vertigo Tour. The stars of Homecoming, Orange Is the New Black, and more recommend movies and TV shows to help you celebrate and reflect this Pride Month. Watch the video. Around The Web. Powered by ZergNet. Create a list . Pride was almost universally applauded for its sentiment, made it to No. 3 in the U. and was the band's first Top 40 hit in the States. However, one critic of the song was none other than the song's lyricist, Bono. In the authorized band bio U2 by U2 , Bono said I looked at how glorious that song was and thought, 'What the f-- is that all about' It's just a load of vowel sounds ganging up on a great man. It is emotionally very articulate - if you didn't speak English