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U218 Singles album for sale by U2 was released Nov 21, 2006 on the Interscope (USA) label. By the time 2006's U218 SINGLES was released, U2 had been one of rock's reigning behemoths for a good quarter century. Whittling down the group's hefty discography to 18 tracks seems impossible, but U218 SINGLES solves the problem by focusing, as the title suggests, on singles. Consequently, some crucial tunes, namely early ones like "I Will Follow," "Gloria," and "Two Hearts Beat As One," are missing. U218 Singles CD music contains a single disc with 18 songs. ...See Full Description
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if you adore U2 like yer first-born kid, then get it. but then realise that you have the songs many times already.
By mark (worcestershire. uk)
Before I begin Id like to say that U2 are my favorite band of all time. There isn't a day that goes by that I dont stick on one of their albums and have a listen.
By dermottferry (Derry, N Ireland)
THIS IS THE BEST ALBUM YOU CAN EVER HEAR MAN. BUY THIS CD!!
By HELLO.IOVE (USA CALIFORNIA)
where is "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me". that should have been on this one hands down. it was one of their biggest hits.
By www.dbhb9800 (Auburn,Indiana,USA)
||It's a hit, then maybe a miss, I don't know|
I mean I have their last two. It's because they cover along with Green Day the Skids' cover of "(The) Saints are Coming" for funds due to that Katrina disaster that hit New Orleans and along the Southern US border.
By Hmmm ... (Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA)
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|CD Universe Part number||7322895|
|Release Date||Nov 21, 2006|
|Producer||Daniel Lanois; Brian Eno; Steve Lillywhite; Jimmy Iovine; Craig Thomas; Nellee Hooper; Rick Rubin; Daniel Lanois; Brian Eno; Steve Lillywhite; Jimmy Iovine|
|Engineer||Daniel Lanois; Flood; Brian Eno; Carl Glanville; Paul Thomas; Robbie Adams; Richard Rainey; Dave Meegan; Greg Fidelman; Joe O'Herlihy; Kevin Killen; Patrick McCarthy; Paul Barrett; Stephen Harris; Tim Palmer; Flood; Carl Glanville; Paul Thomas; Robbie Adams; Richard Rainey|
|Recording Time||74 minutes|
Edge - guitar
Larry Mullen Jr. - drums, percussion
Adam Clayton - bass guitar
Terry Lawless - Wurlitzer organ
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