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U2U218 Singles

Label:Island Records – U218 - 0602517135505, Mercury Music Group – U218 - 0602517135505
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Pop Rock

Tracklist

A1U2Beautiful Day
Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Stephen Harris, Tim Palmer
Engineer [Engineered By]Richard Rainey
Mixed BySteve Lillywhite
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Producer [Additional Production By]Steve Lillywhite
Written-ByU2
4:05
A2U2I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Dave Meegan, Pat McCarthy
Engineer [Engineered By]Flood
Mixed ByDaniel Lanois
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
4:38
A3U2Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Kevin Killen
Producer, Engineer [Engineered By]Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
3:48
A4U2With Or Without You
Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Dave Meegan, Pat McCarthy
Engineer [Engineered By]Flood
Mixed BySteve Lillywhite
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
4:56
B1U2Vertigo
ProducerSteve Lillywhite
Recorded ByCarl Glanville
Written-ByU2
3:10
B2U2New Year's Day
Engineer [Engineered By]Paul Thomas
ProducerSteve Lillywhite
Written-ByU2
4:17
B3U2Mysterious Ways
Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Robbie Adams
Engineer [Engineered By]Flood
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
4:02
B4U2Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
Engineer [Engineered By]Richard Rainey
Mixed ByTim Palmer
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
4:31
C1U2Where The Streets Have No Name
Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Dave Meegan, Pat McCarthy
Engineer [Engineered By]Flood
Mixed BySteve Lillywhite
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
4:46
C2U2Sweetest Thing
Arranged By [Strings]Daragh O'Toole
Recorded ByJoe O'Herlihy, Pat McCarthy
Recorded By, Mixed By [Additional Mixing]Steve Harris*
Written-ByU2
3:00
C3U2Sunday Bloody Sunday
EngineerPaul Thomas
ProducerSteve Lillywhite
Written-ByU2
4:40
C4U2One
Engineer [Additional Engineering]Robbie Adams
Engineer [Assistant Uncredited], Mixed By [Assistant, Uncredited]Shannon Strong
Engineer, Mixed ByFlood
Guitar [Additional]Daniel Lanois
Keyboards [Additional]Brian Eno
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
4:35
C5U2Desire
EngineerPaul Barrett
Mixed ByRob Jacobs, Shelly Yakus
ProducerJimmy Iovine
Written-ByU2
2:59
D1U2Walk On
Engineer [Additional Engineering]Stephen Harris
Engineer [Assistant, Uncredited]Chris Heaney
Engineer [Engineered By]Richard Rainey
Mixed BySteve Lillywhite
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Producer [Additional Production By]Steve Lillywhite
Written-ByU2
4:26
D2U2Elevation
Engineer [Engineered By]Richard Rainey
Mixed ByTim Palmer
ProducerBrian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Written-ByU2
3:47
D3U2Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
Engineer [Additional Mix Engineering By]Simon Osbourne*
Engineer [Mix Engineering By]Greg Collins, Simon Gogerly
Mixed ByNellee Hooper
ProducerChris Thomas
Producer [Additional Production By]Nellee Hooper, Steve Lillywhite
Recorded ByCarl Glanville
Written-ByU2
5:05
D4U2 And Green DayThe Saints Are Coming
Electric Piano [Wurlitzer By]Terry Lawless
Engineer [Engineered By]Greg Fidelman
Mixed ByChris Lord-Alge
ProducerRick Rubin
3:21
D5U2Window In The Skies
Arranged By [String Arrangement By]Dawn Kenny
Engineer [Engineered By]Greg Fidelman
Mixed ByAndrew Scheps
ProducerRick Rubin
Written-ByU2
4:08
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Notes

Comes with a 16-page album-size booklet, containing information about singles including lyrics, credits, recording data, release dates and chart positions.
Matte gatefold sleeve.
Printed inner sleeves.

Audio Post Production at Partial Productions Inc.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood.

Green Day appear courtesy of Reprise Records.

All titles published by Universal Music Publishing B.V. except Blue Mountain Music Ltd (UK), Mother Music (Irl.), except "The Saints Are Coming" published by EMI Virgin Music Ltd.

This compilation ℗ 2006 Universal Island Records Limited under exclusive licence to Mercury Records Limited in the UK. © 2006 Universal Island Records Limited under exclusive licence to
Mercury Records Limited in the UK. A Universal Music Company. Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (scanned): 602517135505
  • Barcode (text): 6 02517 13550 5
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM
  • Label Code: LC 00268
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 1713550-A-3 BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 1713550-B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): 1713550-C-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): 1713550-D-1

Other Versions (5 of 117)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
U218 Videos (DVD, DVD-Video, PAL, Compilation, Stereo)Mercury, Island Records, Universal Music DVD Video0602517138704Europe2006
Needs Changes
U218 Singles (CD, Compilation)Mercury, Mercury, Mercury0602517135413, 0602517143104, 0602517143081UK & Europe2006
Recently Edited
U218 Singles (CD, Compilation)Island Records1713549Australasia2006
Recently Edited
U218 Singles (Box Set, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, CD, Compilation, DVD, DVD-Video, Multichannel, PAL)Island Records, Mercury0602517135932Europe2006
Recently Edited
18 Singles (CD, Compilation, Stereo)Mercury0602517143098Europe2006

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Reviews

  • kbrubake's avatar
    kbrubake
    Edited 5 hours ago
    I like this set a lot. Some songs sound flat to me. No pops or skips. Pressing seems to be great.

    Editing! It is a great compilation of their best songs. It is one of my go-to record sets! 😍
    • Vinyl-TP's avatar
      Vinyl-TP
      Lacquer cut by Bernie Grundman, mastered at Grundman mastering. Nuff Said!!! Great pressing! Love that they cared enough to put the records in polylined sleeves and keep the printed cardboard inners separate. That says something. I have a mint 1987 Australian press of Joshua Tree, and a mint original US press of “Boy” and “War”. This beats them all in sound quality. Their early albums (80’s) lack in the bass dept. Not this comp though, the bass Pounds on this! “Boy” was my best sounding U2 record until now. This isn’t “flat” sounding, as others say, at all! At least not on my system. Clean, flat, quiet vinyl with great dynamics and separation. I got no complaints here. And great track list too, although there are several songs that could’ve been omitted for better songs like “I Will Follow”, etc. but they Always leave out great tracks on compilations, to force you to buy their original albums. That’s just what they do. I’m happy
      • stephanemusic's avatar
        stephanemusic
        Edited 3 years ago
        Am the only one who has their second vinyl without label on it? The first vinyl is fine and looks like the pictures while other one looks like a Test pressing with only an empty white label. Matrix is the same and vinyl plays well.
        • beechlander's avatar
          beechlander
          A little heavy on the 2000s for my liking (why all the singles from "All That You Can't Leave Behind" but none from "Zooropa" or "Pop"?) but the gatefold presentation/booklet is really well done and a welcome adition to any record collection.
          • IH4N's avatar
            IH4N
            Decent enough pressing, nothing to write home about but not bad either. Only a tiny bit of sibilance detected.

            Good to have these tracks together in one conveniently-priced record. Obviously we all have dream tracklistings, but this is a crowd-pleaser.

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