U2 - Interview Disc album flac
Title: Interview Disc
MP3 album: 1951 mb
FLAC album: 1598 mb
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This interview disc is 04:18 in total length, and is made up of 11 tracks of The Edge discussing the new songs on the album. These are the same clips that were found on the Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of promotional release in Mexico. A second promotional CDR was released in advance of All That You Can’t Leave Behind and featured the band being interviewed by Irish DJ Dave Fanning about the new release. The CD was released in a plastic slip case, with only a paper insert which listed the contents of the interview. The CD is dated October 24, 2000
Dreamland - Interview Disc. Hard Rock Robert Plant. Lista de los grupos Hard Rock Robert Plant Dreamland - Interview Disc. añadir las palabras del álbum. Labels Mercury Records. Estilo MusicalHard Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. Interview (Featuring Answers to 16 Questions).
Album Name Dreamland - Interview Disc. Data de aparición 2002.
For their fifth album, The Joshua Tree, the band wanted to build on The Unforgettable Fire's textures, but instead of out-of-focus experimentation, they sought a harder-hitting sound within the limitation of conventional song structures. Realising that "U2 had no tradition" and that their knowledge of music from before their childhood was limited, the group delved into. American and Irish roots music
Reise, Reise Interview Disc 1. Interview Disc 1 is a promotional interview CD released in conjunction with the album Reise, Reise by Rammstein. It was released in 2004 in Europe. The CD contains 17 answers by Till Lindemann and Flake to corresponding interview questions which are written on the inside of the CD's paper booklet. This CD is one of a set of three interview CDs based around Reise, Reise. Below are all of the questions asked by the interviewer. The answers can be heard here.
New album insecurities, dingy recording studios an. raftwerk influence? By. Jason Newman. U2. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for J/P Haitian Relief Organization. The singer called into Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show Monday night for a frank discussion of the group’s past, present and future. Here’s what we learned: 1. A U2 Album Isn’t Done Until It’s Done. Until it’s on the radio or online, it’s not real, said Bono
It's the group's second nomination, after "The Hands That Built America" from Gangs of New York in 2003, and they'll be at the Oscars on March 2 to perform the song. The gift of a nomination arrives as U2's latest reinvention is just ramping up, with a new album and tour looming