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The Best Of 1980 - 1990

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Pride (In The Name Of Love)
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New Year's Day
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With Or Without You
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I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
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Sunday Bloody Sunday
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Bad
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Where The Streets Have No Name
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I Will Follow
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The Unforgettable Fire
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Sweetest Thing
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Desire
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When Love Comes To Town
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Angel Of Harlem
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All I Want Is You
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October
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 64:36

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The Best of 1980-1990

pablo13

This album contains almost all their best '80s songs! The only songs I would've added to this album are "Out of Control" and "Two Hearts Beat As One." This album is a must for any U2 fan: Casual, hardcore, or new fan. I would have to say its as good a best of collection without the two songs that I just mentioned. If you want to hear more of their '80s songs, pick up their other albums!

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Didn't hold up for me

elliptickle

Never been a huge fan of U2 though I have been moved by many of their songs. Found this surprisingly hard to listen to. Feels smug, dogmatic, overwhelming, with the exception of Angel of Harlem. But I'm willing to concede that's just me. Were the '80s really so earnest?

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Best of 1980-1990

bealiemon

very nice,liked it alot.Amust for U2 fanatics

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Missing

aluap345

Picked up a few missing tracks. Probably be back for more.

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"Am I bugging you?" Bono notoriously asked during a particularly overwrought version of "Silver & Gold" on Rattle & Hum, "I don't mean to bug ya." That's really the question, isn't it? Since 1980, U2 have unleashed a stack of chart-wrecking albums, have become unlikely players in world politics, spearheaded economic relief for Third World countries, have become as globally recognizable as the Beatles and the Stones, and have done all of this while redefining… more »

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Icon: U2

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

"Am I bugging you?" Bono notoriously asked during a particularly overwrought version of "Silver & Gold" on Rattle & Hum, "I don't mean to bug ya." That's really the question, isn't it? Since 1980, U2 have unleashed a stack of chart-wrecking albums, have become unlikely players in world politics, spearheaded economic relief for Third World countries, have become as globally recognizable as the Beatles and the Stones, and have done all of this while redefining… more »