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U2 - The Best Of 1980-1990 FLAC Performer: U2
Title: The Best Of 1980-1990
Style: Pop Rock
Label: Island Records, UMC
# Cat: U211, 5797089
Released: 28 Jul 2018
Country: USA, Canada & Europe
FLAC album: 1601 mb
MP3 album: 2355 mb
Rating: 4.4
Genre: Rock

Tracklist

1Bad
Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Kevin KillenProducer, Engineer – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
5:50
2The Unforgettable Fire
Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Kevin KillenProducer, Engineer – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
4:53
3I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
Engineer – FloodMixed By – Daniel LanoisProducer – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
4:38
4October
Engineer – Paul ThomasProducer – Steve Lillywhite
2:21
5Sweetest Thing (The Single Mix)
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Daragh O'TooleProducer – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, Steve LillywhiteRecorded By – Joe O'Herlihy, Pat McCarthyRecorded By [Additional Recording], Mixed By [Additional Mixing] – Steve Harris Strings – Aengus O'Connor, Nicholas Milne, Nicola Cleary, Una O'Kane
3:00
6Where The Streets Have No Name
Mixed By – Steve LillywhiteProducer – Brian Eno, Daniel LanoisRecorded By – Flood, Pat McCarthy
4:35
7With Or Without You
Engineer – FloodMixed By – Steve LillywhiteProducer – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
4:55
8When Loves Comes To Town
Backing Vocals – Helen Duncan, Phyllis Duncan, Rebecca Evans RussellPercussion – Ms. Bobbye HallProducer – Jimmy IovineRecorded By – Dave Ferguson, Cowboy Jack ClementRemix – Rob Jacobs, Shelly YakusVocals, Guitar – B.B. King
4:17
9Angel Of Harlem
Horns – The Memphis HornsMixed By – Rob Jacobs, Shelly YakusOrgan – Joey MiskulinProducer – Jimmy IovineRecorded By – Dave Ferguson, Cowboy Jack Clement
3:49
10All I Want Is You
Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Van Dyke ParksKeyboards – Benmont TenchProducer – Jimmy IovineRecorded By, Mixed By – David Tickle
6:31
11I Will Follow
Engineer – Paul ThomasProducer – Steve Lillywhite
3:36
12Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Kevin KillenProducer, Engineer – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
3:48
13Desire
Mixed By – Rob Jacobs, Shelly YakusProducer – Jimmy IovineRecorded By – Paul Barrett
2:59
14New Year's Day
Engineer – Paul ThomasProducer – Steve Lillywhite
4:17
15Sunday Bloody Sunday
Engineer – Paul ThomasProducer – Steve Lillywhite
4:40
16One Tree Hill
Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Dave Meegan, Pat McCarthyProducer – Brian Eno, Daniel LanoisRecorded By – FloodRecorded By [Radd Strings] – Bob DoidgeStrings [Radd Strings Played By] – The Armin Family
5:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
U211, 524 613-1U2 The Best Of 1980-1990 ‎(2xLP, Comp, RM)Island Records, Island RecordsU211, 524 613-1UK1998
CIDU 211, 524 613-2U2 The Best Of 1980-1990 ‎(CD, Comp, RM)Island Records, Island RecordsCIDU 211, 524 613-2EuropeUnknown
CIDU 211, 524 613-2U2 The Best Of 1980-1990 ‎(CD, Comp, RP)Island Records, Island RecordsCIDU 211, 524 613-2UK & EuropeUnknown
524 613-4U2 The Best Of 1980-1990 ‎(Cass, Comp)Island Records524 613-4Indonesia1998
314-524 613-2U2 The Best Of 1980-1990 ‎(CD, Comp)Island Records314-524 613-2US1998

Credits

  • Bass GuitarAdam Clayton
  • Directed By [2018 Album Remaster]The Edge
  • Drums, PercussionLarry Mullen
  • Guitar, Keyboards, VocalsThe Edge
  • Lacquer Cut ByCB, SS
  • Management [Original Credits, Manager]Paul McGuinness
  • Management [Original Credits]Principle Management
  • Management [2018 Album Remaster, U2 Manager]Guy Oseary
  • Management [2018 Album Remaster, U2 Maverick Management]Abe Burns , Greg Thompson , Jennifer Pitcher, Kelly McNamara, Nadine King, Niamh McCarthy, Tim Delaney
  • Management [2018 Album Remaster, VP Artist Management U2]Jesse Peters , Seth Friedman
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Anton Corbijn
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Ian Finlay
  • Photography By [Inside]Anton Corbijn, Colm Henry, Hugo McGuinness, Robert Kythe Kortekaas
  • Post Production [Original Credits, Audio Post Production Manager], Technician [Original Credits, Technical Guru]Cheryl Engels
  • Production Manager [2018 Album Remaster, Director Of Production]Nadine King
  • Production Manager [Original Credits, Album Production Managers]Candida Bottaci, Sheila Roche
  • Project Manager [2018 Album Remaster, Project Production Manager On Behalf Of Island Records/UMC]Lisa Power
  • Remastered By [2018 Album Remaster, Remastering Engineering]Scott Sedillo
  • Remastered By [Original Credits, Digitally]Arnie Acosta
  • Research [Archive Manager]Rebecca Coffey
  • Transferred By [2018 Album Remaster, Audio Master Transfer Director]Declan Gaffney
  • Vocals, GuitarBono
  • Written-ByU2

Notes

Made in France
Gatefold Jacket
Includes digital download

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02557 97089 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602557970890
  • Label Code: 00407
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched except "MPO®1831302" stamped, variant 1): 0602557970890 A MPO®18 31302 5797093-A1 CB/SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched except "MPO®1831303" stamped, variant 1): 0602557970890 B MPO®18 31303 5797093-B1 CB/SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched except "MPO®1831123" stamped, variant 1): 0602557970890 C MPO®18 31123 5797093-C1 CB/SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched except "MPO®1826194" stamped, variant 1): 0602557970890 D MPO®18 26194 5797093-D1 CB/SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched except "MPO 18 26921" stamped, variant 2): 0602557970890 A MPO 18 26921 5797093-A1 CB/SS MPO-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched except "MPO 18 25604" stamped, variant 2): 0602557970890 B MPO 18 25604 5797093-B1 CB/SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched except "MPO 18 27407" stamped, variant 2): 0602557970890 C MPO 18 27407 5797093-C1 CB/SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched except "MPO 18 27408" stamped, variant 2): 0602557970890 D MPO 18 27408 5797093-D1 CB/SS

Companies

  • Record Company – Universal Music Group
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music Operations Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram International Music B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Music Operations Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing International B.V.
  • Published By – Blue Mountain Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Mother Music
  • Designed At – ABA, Dublin
  • Remastered At – The Mastering Lab
  • Remastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Pressed By – MPO

Video

Comments: (3)
Samugul
I really don't get the negative reviews here. Absolutely no problems with my copy! No distortion, no loudness war, crystal clear sound and DEFINITELY better than the CD edition! Buy yourself a "good cartridge" and enjoy this amazing pressing. I'm happy to own it!
Tygrafym
Bought this one on a whim at Best Buy for full retail price and am very much regretting it. I was really excited to listen to it, because it obviously has so many great songs, but the sound quality is terrible and, at the very least, disappointing. Especially after comparing a lot of the songs to the top notch reissue of Joshua Tree that I also have. The sound on this pressing is mostly dead and muffled with some parts more empty and shrill with no depth to any of it. Like everything is on one flat plain with no dynamics. The worst of it is when there is a lot going on and it all gets equally loud with straight up clipping distortion. It is unpleasant and almost painful to listen to. Plus there is a ton of running noise in the background. Bad mastering for sure. I almost bought the 1990 - 2000 at the same time, but I'm glad that I didn't. This one is good enough to let play quietly in the background, but not for real listening for enjoyment. Buy the superior quality individual albums instead. I'm sorry if it sounds like I'm ranting or being too hard on this album, but we should all expect more from modern releases, especially when they make us pay upwards of $30 to $40 for most of them.
Fohuginn
While I don't have quite the same feelings for it, there are definitely some sonic anomalies. I need to listen at a higher volume to judge more critically. But even while listening to "The Streets Have No Name" at a low volume, I could clearly hear that the hats/cymbals were very shrill and pushed. I always pick up on hats because they're my favorite percussion piece. But these sounded terrible and, dead?? I wouldn't say flat... just lifeless. I always judge hats against my pressing of Bob Segers, "Turn the Page." This U2 did not excite me when I played it. I surely expected sonic excellence for a repress/remaster on 180g vinyl. I will keep this around and listen to it but I now have to go searching for the older originals which I thought I may be able to avoid. Kind of strange but I also have a copy of War that looks pristine and its the worst/weakest pressing out of my entire record collection. I think after 1982, the world lost its ability and knowledge to make high quality pressings. There are only a couple of labels out there right now that still go back to tape and master the correct way with nothing digital anywhere in the process. As for me, I'll keep digging in the used crates. Some of the best records I own were used and under $10