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9 thoughts on “ Sweetest Thing (The Single Mix) - U2 - The Best Of 1980-1990 (Cassette)

  1. Faeshakar
    Since they were most effective on single songs, it seems that throwing all of them together on one disc would work. The problem is, each of the albums, from Boy to Rattle and Hum, has a distinctive flavor that doesn't necessarily blend when combined, especially in the nonchronological form of .
  2. Voodoozahn
    10 Sweetest Thing (The Single Mix) Daragh O'Toole. string arrangements. Una O'Kane. strings. Nicola Cleary. strings. Aengus O'Connor Cassette Island / UC The Best of is easily the best U2 compilation.
  3. Gardajin
    "Sweetest Thing" is a song by U2. It was originally released in as a B-side on the " Where the Streets Have No Name " single. The song was later re-recorded and re-released, as a single for the U2 compilation album, The Best of , in
  4. Zuramar
    Twilight and An Cat Dubh, both of which are live recordings from U2's earliest days as a band, are reminiscent of the raw, anthemic beginnings of U2 and make a nice contrast to the polished image presented by Sweetest Thing ' It's a sweet little single and a worthwhile addition to the collection of any U2 fan, or even any music fan in general/5(7).
  5. Voodooramar
    The Best of , a Compilation of songs by U2. Released 10 November on Island (catalog no. ; CD). 10 Sweetest Thing (The Single Mix) The Best of is easily the best U2 compilation, which is no small achievement given it doesn't even contain their very best material. Published.
  6. Mezisho
    The Best of to portrays U2's best work, in my opinion. With Prime, this album (along with U2's entire catalogue) is available at no extra cost. I play guitar and also bought the accompanying song book for this album, which makes the music all the more enjoyable. I love almost all /5().
  7. Brakinos
    Find release reviews and credits for The Best of - U2 on AllMusic - - As one of the most popular bands of the '80s, U2.
  8. Daira
    This was rerecorded and released on U2 The Best Of in In , this was released as a single with proceeds going to Children Of Chernobyl, the favorite charity of Bono's wife, Ali. The video shows Bono orchestrating an elaborate apology to Ali, who appears at the beginning of the clip getting into a horse-drawn carriage.

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