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How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb: Aust Tour Edtn CD, Import
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U2 formed in their native Dublin in 1978 and remains intact with its four original band members: Bono, Larry Mullen, Adam Clayton and The Edge. The band has sold more than 120 million records worldwide in an extraordinary career that has firmly established them as one of the world's greatest rock 'n' roll bands. Along the way, U2 has earned a phenomenal 14 Grammy Awards, seven of which were for their last studio album, 2000's 'All That You Can't Leave Behind,' including two consecutive awards for 'Record of the Year.' As popular for their legendary live shows as for their groundbreaking albums, U2 innovates and inspires while packing football stadiums and sweaty clubs around the world. What is next for the group that continues to reinvent themselves and push the boundaries of music?
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1. Vertigo - This is probably the most rocking song U2 has ever done, and they pull it off masterfully. People get worked up over the Spanish counting to open, but I think it's cool in a way. This song is undeniably catchy and the band proves they still have it. 8.5/10
2. Miracle Drug - A more subdued opening than the track before, but that's not a bad thing. In fact, this track contends for my favorite on the record. Everyone in the band is on point on this track. The chorus is an absolute explosion, and it's amazing. I really dig this song. 9/10
3. Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own - Another long title early on in an album, but this song is better than SiaMYGOO. This track is a real grower. The falsetto and backing vocals of the chorus are great. The lead-up to each chorus is also on point. This song is slowly becoming one I truly love. 9/10
4. Love and Peace or Else - This track is borderline preachy, but it's got a nice, raw vibe to it. The lyrics just don't match the instrumentation, in my view. An ok song overall. 6.5/10
5. City of Blinding Lights - This song is said by some to be the new Where the Streets Have No Name. I wouldn't go quite that far, but it's another song that really transcends and is a live show winner. The guitar and bassline on this one are really something else. A bit of a buildup to the chorus, but it makes for a great explosion of emotion when it hits. The line "Oh! You look so beautiful tonight..." is really simple, but it fits the song so perfectly. A frisson evoking song. 9/10
6. All Because of You - A really groovy song, with catchy verses. The chorus, however, leaves a bit to be desired. Scott Aukerman is right when he says this song needed another pass-over to get that chorus right. I still enjoy this track, though. 7/10
7. A Man and A Woman - A change of pace, that sounds a bit like a Smiths song. It's not a show-stopper, but it's a good track, and has a bit of a haunting chorus. This song is a good one. 7/10
8. Crumbs from Your Table - Back to the rocking sound from the first half of the album. This song is ok, but the chorus had the potential to be great, but the titular lyric at the end sounds so forced. Also the lead in "cool down momma" is really unnecessary. I really want to like this song, but it just falls short for me. 6.5/10
9. One Step Closer - Really nothing special about this song. It goes nowhere. I skip it when it comes up. 5/10
10. Original of the Species - Buried on Side 2, this track is probably my favorite on the record. The strings that accompany the lead-up set the table for a really grand chorus. I can't believe this song wasn't a hit. I think it would have been if they released it earlier. A truly great song. 9/10
11. Yahweh - The intro of this song are a bit of a smoke-screen. It sounds incredible, but the song that follows is good, but not at the level I was expecting. The chorus is not totally lame, but not anything special. I know I sound like I don't like this song, but that's not the case. It's good rock and roll uhhh music, but my expectations from hearing that intro left me disappointed. 7/10
My 5 favorites: 'Vertigo', 'Original of the Species', 'City of Blinding Lights', 'Miracle Drug', & 'Crumbs From Your Table'. 'Love and Peace or Else' is another gem.
I will say the pictures in the booklet are trash. They could have just kept that tbh.
Miracle Drug is one of their best ever. Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own will bring you to tears if you listen to it at the right time in your life. Love and Peace is a great ballad, they'll probably be playing it with Sunday Bloody Sunday or Please on the tour. City Of Blinding Lights has an opening that is better than "Where the Streets Have No Name" (i know you joshua tree fans will get mad at me for that last comment). One Step Closer is the type of song you'll want to listen to to cool down, and gather your own life together. "Origin of the Species" is very good, but i think it's overrated compared to the other songs on the album. "A Man And Woman" is probably the worst song, but for a U2 album this means you will still enjoy it and listen to it close to a million times. "Crumbs from the Table" is the song you will listen to and think is stupid, and about 5 minutes later have to hear over and over again! PS the DVD version is better than the album version. Yahweh, was the first song i ever heard of the album, and one of their best closers ever.
The album is made by a band that knows music better than any other band out there. If you like U2, you have no excuse on why not to get this. If you don't like U2, this is your first excuse on why to love them.
If you have rated this album below 5 stars, I recommend giving it a re-listen. This time, listen with a high end set of headphones. Close your eyes and see yourself in the studio witnessing the recording session. If after your re-listen, you still rate this album below 5 stars, I'd love to see your list of 5-star rated albums, regardless of artists or genre. I might consider adding some from your list to my collection.