U2 - More Discothèque flac album
Title: More Discothèque
Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Experimental, Soundtrack
MP3 album: 1259 mb
FLAC album: 1114 mb
Other formats: MOD MMF VQF APE AHX TTA WAV
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Media
Discothèque was the first single released to promote the Pop album. The initial plan was to release the track to radio in late January 1997, but the date had to be moved forward, to the beginning of that month, due to several leaks on the Internet. In fact, one snippet of the song, taken from an Electronic Press Kit video, had been circulating since October 26, 1996
October is the second studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was released on 12 October 1981 by Island Records, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite. The album was lyrically inspired by the memberships of Bono, the Edge, and Larry Mullen Jr. in a Christian group called the "Shalom Fellowship", and consequently it contains spiritual and religious themes
12 Wake Up Dead Man 4:52. 10 If You Wear That Velvet Dress 5:15. 9 The Playboy Mansion 4:40. Saved by. David Terry. Four Horsemen Metallica, Metallica Seek And Destroy, Debut Album, Cd Album, Banda Metallica, Metallica Whiplash, Metallica Music, Metallica Albums, Metallica Live.
Includes two full color printed inner sleeves plus a inner lyrics sheet printed in silver. Side A and Side C are on silver labels with white writing with a white stripe spanning the diameter of the label that contains the title and record metadata. Discothèque" contains sample from Fane performed by Freeform and written by Simon Pike, courtesy of Skam Records. Last Night On Earth" contains excerpts from "Trayra Bola" written by . asconcelos and . ilan, published by Nana's Music (GEMA), performed by Colin Walcott, Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell courtesy of ECM Records/BMG Classics.
Discothèque (2002 Mix). The first taste that the world got of Pop was Discothèque, which they promoted with a video where the group dressed up like the Village People. This was a far cry from With or Without You and many fans that happily stuck around for Achtung Baby and even Zooropa were a little stunned. But the song was one of the few Pop tracks to get a live airing after PopMart, and in 2002 the band remixed it for The Best of 1990-2000. It’s not a radically different take on the track, but it is a bit more polished and shows how the song developed on the road. This take soars in a way the album version didn’t. Had they had a little more time they might have presented it this way on the album. It’s a good lesson to never book a tour before an album is done.
Discothèque is the lead single from U2’s 1997 album, Pop. The song peaked at N. in many countries’ charts, including the UK Single Chart. The song is dance music remixes used as B-sides; I think it had an influence on the remixes of music at that time.
|4||Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me||4:45|
|5||Stay (Faraway So Close!)||5:00|
|10||Where The Street Have No Name||5:40|
|11||Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For||4:38|
|12||New Year's Day||5:37|
|13||Sunday, Bloody Sunday||4:42|
|15||I Will Follow||3:36|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 756782 961236
- Matrix / Runout: 200 297-2