U2 - 2 Sides Live album flac
Title: 2 Sides Live
Style: Alternative Rock
MP3 album: 1220 mb
FLAC album: 1112 mb
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In the United States, the double-disc version of the album (The Best of 1980-1990/The B-Sides) debuted and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 during the week of 21 November 1998 with 237,500 copies sold . Sunday Bloody Sunday" (from U2 Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky). Bad" (from Rattle and Hum). Where the Streets Have No Name".
Facing creative stagnation and a backlash following their documentary/double album, Rattle and Hum (1988), U2 reinvented themselves in the 1990s through a new musical direction and public image. U2 feared that following the overt rock of the War album and tour, they were in danger of becoming another "shrill", "sloganeering arena-rock band". They were confident that fans would embrace them as successors to the Who and Led Zeppelin, but according to Bono: "something just didn't feel right. stage, allowing the audience to surround them on all sides. To accommodate the stage configuration, a large four-legged structure nicknamed "The Claw" was built above the stage, with the sound system and a cylindrical, expanding video screen on top of it. At 164 feet (50 m) tall, it was the largest stage ever constructed. The tour visited Europe and North America in 2009.
The album jettisoned their scrappy guitar rock in favor of a moody, atmospheric sonic palette - highlighted by the dreamy opening song "A Sort of Homecoming," a hymn-like poem praising the restorative power of connection and communion. Bono's impassioned vocals curl around the gauzy music, notable for its beatific Edge guitar strokes and heartbeat-patter percussion. One is not about oneness," Bono said in U2 By U2. "It's about difference. It's not the old hippie idea of 'Let's all live together. It is a much more punk rock concept. It's anti-romantic: 'We are one but not the same.
The album was released on 5 November 2002 by Island Records, except in the United States where the album was released on the Interscope label as a single-disc CD compilation. The Best of 1990–2000 & B-Sides was released on the same day with a second disc featuring 14 of the b-side singles released from 1990 to 2000 and a bonus DVD with a trailer for the album and three other segments. U2 - The Best of 1990–2000 & B-sides (2002) 2CD+Bonus DVD.
There was confusion from the start because, despite its title, Three Sides Live in its British version, as Charisma GE 2002, had four concert sides. version, which determined the title, was made up of ten live cuts recorded on-stage in Germany in 1981, with Daryl Stuermer and Chester Thompson in the group's lineup, doing the leaner, more pop-oriented repertory that constituted the group's sound.
|A2||11 O'Clock Tick Tock|
|A4||An Cat Dubh|
|A5||Into The Heart|
|A6||The Electric Co.|
|A7||Things To Make And Do|
|B1||Stories For Boys|
|B3||I Will Follow|
|B4||Out Of Control|
|B5||11 O'Clock Tick Tock|
NotesAccording to "U2 Collector's Guide" (K2 Publishing, 1985) this is taken from the Warner Bros. Music Show radio only promo LP known as 2 Sides Live
Originally recorded live at the Paradise Theater, Boston, MA, March 6, 1981.
This version has glued artwork to white cardboard cover (wrap around).
|WBMS 117||U2||2 Sides Live (LP, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBMS 117||US||1981|
|060||U2||Live In Boston (LP, Unofficial, Neg)||ME Records||060||UK||Unknown|
|none||U2||USA 81 (CDr, Unofficial)||Handmade Records||none||Unknown|
|8020||U2||2 Sides Live (LP, Unofficial, Whi)||Not On Label (U2)||8020||Brazil||1992|
|060||U2||Live In Boston (LP, Unofficial)||ME Records||060||UK||Unknown|