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Source : AKG Stereo Microphones > Sony TCD-D3 Dat-recorder > Pioneer Cd-recorder > CD > PC > EAC > wav > Traderâ€™s Little Helper > flac
Size : 675 Mb
Disc 01 :
01. Zoo station
02. The fly
03. - talk -
04. Even better than the real thing
05. Mysterious ways > Love to love you baby
06. One > Unchained melody
07. Until the end of the world
08. New year's day
09. Party girl
10. Tryin' to throw your arms around the world
11. Angel of Harlem
12. When love comes to town
13. Sattelite of love
14. Bad > Fool to cry > All I want is you
15. Bullet the blue sky
Disc 02 :
01. Running to stand still
02. Where the streets have no name
03. Pride (In the name of love)
04. - crowd
06. - band introduction -
07. Ultra violet (Light my way)
08. With or without you
09. Love is blindness
10. Can't help falling in love
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"I don't think people should ever look like their hair has been ironed."
- Bono about his previous hair style, 2002
did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.