U2 - Zooropa album FLAC
fly the friendly skies Through appliance of science We've got that ring of confidence. And I have no compass And I have no map And I have no reasons No reasons to get back.
Promo film for U2's "Zooropa" album sent out by Island/Polygram - 1993.
Лингво-лаборатория Амальгама: перевод текста песни Zooropa группы U. .
Текст песни: Zooropa - Vorsprung durch Technik Zooropa - be all that you can be Be a winner - eat to get slimmer Zooropa - a bluer kind of white Zooropa - it could be yours tonight.
Zooropa is the eighth studio album by Irish rock band U2. Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and The Edge, it was released on 5 July 1993 on Island Records. Inspired by the band's experiences on the Zoo TV Tour, Zooropa expanded on many of the tour's themes of technology and media oversaturation. The record was a continuation of the group's experimentation with alternative rock, electronic dance music, and electronic sound effects that began with their previous album, Achtung Baby, in 1991.
Initially intended to be just an EP, Zooropa became a full-fledged album with 10 tracks recorded in six-weeks, the fastest U2 album ever. Interesting releases from around the world included two Australian sets of 2 x 5 CD packs. The first 2 x 5 CD pack included a copy of the Stay (Swing Format) single as the 2nd bonus CD. Virgin Megastore in Adelaide also released the Even Better Than the Real Thing single as their 2nd bonus CD. In Germany, Universal released a 2-CD box set with a copy of both Achtung Baby and Zooropa. The record was a continuation of the group's experimentation with alternative rock, electronic dance music, and electronic sound effects that began with their previous album, Achtung Baby, in 1991
Zooropa" was the opening track from the eponymous album, and promotional recordings (promos) of the song were distributed by Island Records in the United States and Mexico. Zooropa" was one of four songs from the album to be featured on the Billboard charts, and was the only song to chart that was not released as a single. On 24 July 1993, it appeared on the Album Rock Tracks chart at number 26, and remained on the chart for ten weeks, eventually peaking at number eight. Zooropa" also appeared Live performances.
Album Zooropa (1993). by U2. Label Island Records. U2. Music By. Bass Guitar.
|5||Stay (Faraway, So Close!)||4:58|
|6||Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car||5:19|
|7||Some Days Are Better Than Others||4:15|
|8||The First Time||3:45|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – VaKo Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – PolyGram International Music B.V.
- Bass Guitar – Adam Clayton
- Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Larry Mullen Jnr*
- Engineer – Flood (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 10), Robbie Adams
- Management – Paul McGuinness
- Mixed By – Flood (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 6, 8, 10), Robbie Adams (tracks: 3, 7, 9, 10)
- Producer – Brian Eno, Flood, The Edge
- Production Manager [Album], Management [Principle Management Dublin, Director] – Anne-Louise Kelly
- Production Manager [Studio] – Suzanne Doyle
- Programmed By [Programming] – Des Broadbery
- Programmed By, Technician [Guitar & Keyboards] – Des Broadbery
- Technician [Bass Guitar] – Stuart Morgan
- Technician [Drum] – Sam O'Sullivan
- Technician [Guitar Bono] – Fraser McAlister
- Technician [Guitar Edge] – Dallas Schoo
- Technician [Monitoring] – Joe O'Herlihy
- Technician [Studio] – Colm "Rab" McAllister*
- Vocals, Guitar – Bono
- Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer – The Edge
Notes© 1993 Polygram International Music B.V.
℗ 1994 VaKo Entertainment
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 19408 G
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|439||U2||Zooropa (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Vivo||439||Romania||Unknown|
|MC-ISL 05180474||U2||Zooropa (Cass, Album)||Island Records||MC-ISL 05180474||Peru||1993|
|UC29, 518 047-4||U2||Zooropa (Cass, Album)||Island Records, Island Records||UC29, 518 047-4||Poland||1994|
|518047-2, CIDU29||U2||Zooropa (CD, Album)||Island Records, Island Records||518047-2, CIDU29||Brazil||1993|