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Songs Of Experience [Deluxe Edition]

Review DELUXE EDITION : 2017 album from Bono, Edge & the other blokes, recorded in Dublin, New York & Los Angeles featuring 'Get Out Of Your Own Way' & ''You're The Best Thing About Me'. Housed in a 4-panel digi-sleeve with 4 BONUS tracks!
Songs Of Innocence [2 CD][Deluxe Edition]

Review 2017 album from Bono, Edge & the other blokes, recorded in Dublin, New York & Los Angeles. Includes 'Get Out Of Your Own Way' & ''You're The Best Thing About Me' .
Songs of Innocence

Review U2 SONGS OF INNOCENCE ( 2CDS )
The Joshua Tree [2 CD][Deluxe Edition]

Review To mark 30 years since the release of U2's fifth studio album The Joshua Tree, an anniversary edition of the seminal record will be released by Island Records on June 2nd, 2017.

Alongside the 11-track album, the 2CD deluxe edition includes a live recording of The Joshua Tree Tour 1987 Madison Square Garden concert.

Released to universal acclaim on March 9th, 1987 and featuring hit singles 'With Or Without You', 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' and 'Where The Streets Have No Name', The Joshua Tree went to #1 in the U.K, U.S., Ireland and around the world, selling in excess of 25 million albums, and catapulting Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr '… from heroes to superstars' (Rolling Stone). Time Magazine put U2 on its cover in April 1987, proclaiming them 'Rock's Hottest Ticket' and the 12 months that followed saw U2 create iconic moments including the traffic-stopping Grammy Award-winning 'Where The Streets Have No Name' video on the roof of a Los Angeles liquor store, and go on to win a BRIT Award and two Grammys - including Album of the Year - their first of 22 received to date; as well as a triumphant return home for four unforgettable shows in Belfast, Dublin and Cork in the summer of 1987.
iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live in Paris [Blu-ray]

Review U2 s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour kicked off in Vancouver in May 2015 and, to date, has played to over 1.2 million fans in 22 cities across Europe and North America. Staged in the round, the tour features multiple performance areas plus a state of the art 100 foot LED screen suspended above a 118 foot walkway running the length of the arena floor. Combined with an innovative suspended sound system, the tour has delivered mind-blowing sound and visuals from every seat in every venue, as every night has seen U2 reinvent the arena show (Rolling Stone). At the heart of U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE - Live In Paris are, of course, the songs: The band performs a staggering selection from its timeless catalogue, new and old: From Songs of Innocence highlights featuring Cedarwood Road, Song for Someone and the stripped down live version of Every Breaking Wave, as well as career-spanning staples including I Will Follow, Pride (In the Name of Love), Vertigo, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Until The End of the World, Beautiful Day, Where The Streets Have No Name and many more. This stunning concert will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray, Super Deluxe and Downloadable formats.
Carry Fire

Review Their best years, their best songs: With or Without You; I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For; Desire; New Year's Day; Pride (in the Name of Love); Sunday Bloody Sunday; Where the Streets Have No Name; Angel of Harlem; When Love Comes to Town ; a new single mix of Sweetest Thing , and four more from one of the great bands of the modern rock era.
The Visitor

Review One need hear only the first notes of this collection--the Edge's ringing guitar notes ushering in "Pride (In the Name of Love)"-to be taken back to 1984: Ronald Reagan and Maggie Thatcher rule the Western world, the L.A. Olympics is the top sports story, and Ms. Pac-Man reigns at arcades. In rock & roll, there's U2 growing in stature with each new title. Even doubters of the Irish lads have to concede that together they formed the one '80s band with the skill and sense of scale to take over the airwaves and concert stages in a decade of diminished expectations. This 15-song '80s best-of assortment (stick around for the hidden track) spans the decade, reaching back to 1980's "I Will Follow," when Bono and company were peach-fuzzy and earnest as choirboys, and tracking their path through their most glaring misstep, 1988's overblown Rattle and Hum. --Steven Stolder
Colors

Review 2007 digitally remastered edition coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the release of The Joshua Tree, the album which saw U2 become 'Rock's Hottest Ticket.' U2's biggest selling album to date, entered the US album charts at #7 and reached #1 three weeks later. It was U2's first album to reach #1 in the United States. In 1999, The Joshua Tree was awarded the RIAA's highest certification, Diamond, with 10 million units sold. The album and sleeve cover also placed #1 in Rolling Stone magazine's annual Music Awards chosen by readers. Critics at Rolling Stone made it #2 album of the year. U2 also won Album Of The Year and Best Rock Performance By A Group Or Duo at the Grammy Awards for The Joshua Tree.
Achtung Baby

Review Limited edition double LP vinyl pressing of U2's soundtrack to their documentary of the same name. Universal.
Concrete and Gold

Review NOTE :There will not be any stickers on the product saying that this item is re-mastered edition.

2008 Remastered CD with restored packaging which includes a 16-page booklet featuring previously unseen photos, full lyrics and new liner notes by Niall Stokes, the Hot Press music magazine editor since 1977. War is the third studio album by U2 released on February 28, 1983. The album has come to be regarded as U2's first overtly political album, in part because of songs like "Sunday Bloody Sunday", "New Year's Day", as well as the title, which stems from the band's perception of the world at the time; Bono stated that "war seemed to be the motif for 1982."
ON AIR [Deluxe]

Review DELUXE EDITION : 2017 album from Bono, Edge & the other blokes, recorded in Dublin, New York & Los Angeles featuring 'Get Out Of Your Own Way' & ''You're The Best Thing About Me'. Housed in a 4-panel digi-sleeve with 4 BONUS tracks!
Songs Of Experience

Review 2017 album from Bono, Edge & the other blokes, recorded in Dublin, New York & Los Angeles. Includes 'Get Out Of Your Own Way' & ''You're The Best Thing About Me' .
Songs of Innocence

Review U2 SONGS OF INNOCENCE ( 2CDS )
Versatile

Review To mark 30 years since the release of U2's fifth studio album The Joshua Tree, an anniversary edition of the seminal record will be released by Island Records on June 2nd, 2017.

Alongside the 11-track album, the 2CD deluxe edition includes a live recording of The Joshua Tree Tour 1987 Madison Square Garden concert.

Released to universal acclaim on March 9th, 1987 and featuring hit singles 'With Or Without You', 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' and 'Where The Streets Have No Name', The Joshua Tree went to #1 in the U.K, U.S., Ireland and around the world, selling in excess of 25 million albums, and catapulting Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr '… from heroes to superstars' (Rolling Stone). Time Magazine put U2 on its cover in April 1987, proclaiming them 'Rock's Hottest Ticket' and the 12 months that followed saw U2 create iconic moments including the traffic-stopping Grammy Award-winning 'Where The Streets Have No Name' video on the roof of a Los Angeles liquor store, and go on to win a BRIT Award and two Grammys - including Album of the Year - their first of 22 received to date; as well as a triumphant return home for four unforgettable shows in Belfast, Dublin and Cork in the summer of 1987.
Colors

Review U2 s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour kicked off in Vancouver in May 2015 and, to date, has played to over 1.2 million fans in 22 cities across Europe and North America. Staged in the round, the tour features multiple performance areas plus a state of the art 100 foot LED screen suspended above a 118 foot walkway running the length of the arena floor. Combined with an innovative suspended sound system, the tour has delivered mind-blowing sound and visuals from every seat in every venue, as every night has seen U2 reinvent the arena show (Rolling Stone). At the heart of U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE - Live In Paris are, of course, the songs: The band performs a staggering selection from its timeless catalogue, new and old: From Songs of Innocence highlights featuring Cedarwood Road, Song for Someone and the stripped down live version of Every Breaking Wave, as well as career-spanning staples including I Will Follow, Pride (In the Name of Love), Vertigo, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Until The End of the World, Beautiful Day, Where The Streets Have No Name and many more. This stunning concert will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray, Super Deluxe and Downloadable formats.
The Visitor

Review Their best years, their best songs: With or Without You; I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For; Desire; New Year's Day; Pride (in the Name of Love); Sunday Bloody Sunday; Where the Streets Have No Name; Angel of Harlem; When Love Comes to Town ; a new single mix of Sweetest Thing , and four more from one of the great bands of the modern rock era.
Who Built The Moon?

Review One need hear only the first notes of this collection--the Edge's ringing guitar notes ushering in "Pride (In the Name of Love)"-to be taken back to 1984: Ronald Reagan and Maggie Thatcher rule the Western world, the L.A. Olympics is the top sports story, and Ms. Pac-Man reigns at arcades. In rock & roll, there's U2 growing in stature with each new title. Even doubters of the Irish lads have to concede that together they formed the one '80s band with the skill and sense of scale to take over the airwaves and concert stages in a decade of diminished expectations. This 15-song '80s best-of assortment (stick around for the hidden track) spans the decade, reaching back to 1980's "I Will Follow," when Bono and company were peach-fuzzy and earnest as choirboys, and tracking their path through their most glaring misstep, 1988's overblown Rattle and Hum. --Steven Stolder
The Joshua Tree [2 CD][Deluxe Edition]

Review 2007 digitally remastered edition coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the release of The Joshua Tree, the album which saw U2 become 'Rock's Hottest Ticket.' U2's biggest selling album to date, entered the US album charts at #7 and reached #1 three weeks later. It was U2's first album to reach #1 in the United States. In 1999, The Joshua Tree was awarded the RIAA's highest certification, Diamond, with 10 million units sold. The album and sleeve cover also placed #1 in Rolling Stone magazine's annual Music Awards chosen by readers. Critics at Rolling Stone made it #2 album of the year. U2 also won Album Of The Year and Best Rock Performance By A Group Or Duo at the Grammy Awards for The Joshua Tree.
Carry Fire

Review Limited edition double LP vinyl pressing of U2's soundtrack to their documentary of the same name. Universal.
Songs Of Innocence [2 CD][Deluxe Edition]

Review NOTE :There will not be any stickers on the product saying that this item is re-mastered edition.

2008 Remastered CD with restored packaging which includes a 16-page booklet featuring previously unseen photos, full lyrics and new liner notes by Niall Stokes, the Hot Press music magazine editor since 1977. War is the third studio album by U2 released on February 28, 1983. The album has come to be regarded as U2's first overtly political album, in part because of songs like "Sunday Bloody Sunday", "New Year's Day", as well as the title, which stems from the band's perception of the world at the time; Bono stated that "war seemed to be the motif for 1982."

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