U2 ‎– Sunday Bloody Sunday

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
105.330, 105 330 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(7", Single) Island Records, Island Records 105.330, 105 330 Benelux 1983 Sell This Version
105 330 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday / Endless Deep(7", Single, Sol) Island Records 105 330 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
105 360, 105 360-100 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday / Two Hearts Beat As One(7", Single) Island Records, Island Records 105 360, 105 360-100 Europe 1983 Sell This Version
7S-94 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday = ブラディ・サンデー(7", Single) Island Records, Polystar 7S-94 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
7S-94 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday = ブラディ・サンデー(7", Single, Promo) Island Records, Polystar 7S-94 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
600 820, 600.820 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi) Island Records, Island Records 600 820, 600.820 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
600 820, 600.820 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi) Island Records, Island Records 600 820, 600.820 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
600 820, 600.820 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi) Island Records, Island Records 600 820, 600.820 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
600 820 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi, Fir) Island Records 600 820 Europe 1983 Sell This Version
105 330 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(7", Single) Island Records 105 330 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
7-94974 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday / Gloria(7") Island Records 7-94974 US 1985 Sell This Version
F 600820, F-600.820, 600 820 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi) Island Records, Island Records, Island Records F 600820, F-600.820, 600 820 Spain 1985 Sell This Version
600 820, 600 820-213 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi, RE) Island Records, Island Records 600 820, 600 820-213 Europe 1985 Sell This Version
600 820, 600 820-213 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi, RE) Island Records, Island Records 600 820, 600 820-213 Europe 1985 Sell This Version
600 820, 600 820-213 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi, RE) Island Records, Island Records 600 820, 600 820-213 Europe 1985 Sell This Version
F 600.820 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", Maxi, RE) Island Records F 600.820 Spain 1985 Sell This Version
608.7001, 73.500 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(12", MiniAlbum) Island Records, Island Records 608.7001, 73.500 Brazil 1985 Sell This Version
S-0571 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(7", Promo) Ariola S-0571 Argentina 1986 Sell This Version
664 971 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(CD, Maxi, Bla) Island Records 664 971 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1991 Sell This Version
664 971 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(CD, Single) Island Records 664 971 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
664 971 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(CD, Single, Blu) Island Records 664 971 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1991 Sell This Version
SP-54 U2 Domingo Sangriento = Sunday Bloody Sunday(7", Single, Promo) Ariola SP-54 Mexico Unknown Sell This Version
664 971 U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday(CD, Single, Blu) Island Records 664 971 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland Unknown Sell This Version
600 820 U2 Sunday, Bloody Sunday(12") Island Records 600 820 Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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Schuerie

Schuerie

November 30, 2016
referencing Sunday, Bloody Sunday, 12", 600 820
Why did you add pictures of a picture sleeve as this issue comes NOT in this picture sleeve, but in a plain black sleeve with sticker?
simonali

simonali

April 26, 2012
referencing Sunday Bloody Sunday, 12", Maxi, Fir, 600 820
I have a copy of this (I think), but it is in a plain sleeve with just a sticker on it. Made it hard work to work out which of the 3 different versions it was!
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

February 7, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Sunday Bloody Sunday, 12", Maxi, RE, 600 820, 600 820-213
Sometimes submerged in the post-modern electronic World, we forget about our old times and the environment we used to share, the music we used to listen and the places where we used to go. A good example of a landmark for the first half of the eighties lies in “Sunday Bloody Sunday”, a real Rock anthem who was immediately incorporated on the charts of any local party you could imagine in your neighborhood. It was exactly this quintessential Rock-pop tune of intense, dramatic aura, very well represented by the guitar strings and Bono’s vocals that catapulted the Irish band U2 to a level of World pop stars of Rock. Credits must also be given to the produced Steve Lillywhite.
The lyrics brought a profound, emotional and a humanist message that played a key-role as a criticism toward the religious fanatic acts, such as terrorism and wars – and it’s not difficult to understand why it was conceived – you just have to imagine how was the situation in these religious disputes focus, such as Ireland – which could be seen in the endless engagements between the catholic Irish Republican Army, also known as I.R.A., and the North-Ireland and British protestant governments).
The quote “Broken bottles under children’s feet / Bodies strewn across the dead end street / But I won’t heed the battle call / It puts my back up / Puts my back up against the wall” gives us a clear idea of the authors’ intentions, and reinforce the idea of a World based on the human rights, with a strong desire for a more tolerant and peaceful society, away from these fanatic and violent mobilizations misguided by the ambitious extremist groups.
The other two songs of this EP, "Two Hearts Beat As One" and "New Year's Day" got amazing versions by the legendary François Kevorkian - a top remix-professional.