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U2 - Song of Experience (2017)

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Escrito 10 octubre 2017 - 14:12

Se publicará el próximo Diciembre.


*La primera canción, a parte de Blackout es You’re The Best Thing About Me.




  • "You're The Best Thing About Me" - this is the first single. It was released on September 6, 2017. Kygo released his remix of the song on September 15.
  • "The Little Things That Give You Away" - U2 began playing this song live during The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 in summer 2017, and on several occasions Bono told audiences that it'll be the last track on Songs Of Experience; it was also mentioned in the October 2015 Q magazine cover article, again on in January 2017, and in MOJO magazine in February 2017; in a Sept. 2015 interview with Charlie Rose, Bono said this is a new title for "The Morning After Innocence" (listed below).
  • "The Blackout" - U2 released a live performance video of this song on August 30 and said it will be on Songs Of Experience.
  • "Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way" - Bono mentioned this song on Dutch radio while doing a promotional interview the day U2 released "You're The Best Thing About Me."
  • "American Soul" - Bono mentioned this track in a Beats1 interview with Zane Lowe. During a listening session for radio/journalists before U2's Heinz Field concert in June 2017, Pittsburgh radio DJs mentioned a song called "American Pop" or "American Rock." We think they got the title wrong.
  • "Summer Of Love" - first mentioned in MOJO magazine (Feb. 2017) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE author_name=VALUES(author_name), post=VALUES(post), edit_name=VALUES(edit_name), post_edit_reason=VALUES(post_edit_reason), post_field_t1=VALUES(post_field_t1), post_field_t2=VALUES(post_field_t2); Pittsburgh radio DJs also heard it during a listening session before U2's Heinz Field show in June 2017. Edge discussed in the Sept. 2017 interview.
  • "The Showman" - mentioned in MOJO magazine (Feb. 2017) as Bono's current favorite.
  • "The Lights Of Home" - Edge mentioned this song in a interview. It's the song that U2 played over the PA system for fans who participated in their video shoot for "The Blackout."


Songs of Experience thematically will be a collection of letters written by lead vocalist Bono to people and places closest to his heart. The personal nature of the lyrics reflects a "brush with mortality" that he had during the album's recording. The band collaborated with a variety of producers for the record, including Steve Lillywhite, Ryan Tedder, Jacknife Lee, Jolyon Thomas, and Andy Barlow

Songs of Experience was first mentioned by Bono on the day that Songs of Innocence was released in 2014. He began songwriting while recuperating from a serious bicycle accident that occurred in November. During the following year's Innocence + Experience Tour, U2 worked on the album using a mobile recording studio. The sessions continued into 2016, with the album mostly completed by the end of the year. The group had planned to release Songs of Experience in the fourth quarter, but after the shift of global politics in a conservative direction, highlighted by the UK's Brexit vote and the 2016 US presidential election, they chose to put the record on hold and reassess its tone. Consequently, Bono rewrote his lyrics to be more political. With the extra time, the band focused on finding arrangements for the songs that would work live and on record, while pursuing different production techniques and remixing.



Escrito 10 octubre 2017 - 14:45

A ver con que salen esta vez, el anterior no era malo, de hecho es bastante solvente, lo único que la cago fue el como "salio", yo opino que Bono y compañía deberían de dejar de preocuparse en sacar hits y ponerse a hacer discos buenos, es chocante ver a una banda como U2 preocuparse por eso cuando ya son unas de las mas grandes bandas de la musica.


Escrito 10 octubre 2017 - 14:49

El anterior fue bueno pese a la polemica pero no lo veo tan puro como NLOTH, admeás de SOI sin las cancioens extra de la edición dos discos va como que le falta algo.





These are two types of songs listed below:

    songs mentioned in the buildup to U2's new album
    songs believed to be unused from previous albums

It's possible that some of these titles were changed and have already appeared under a different name. It's also possible that, as song titles changes, some of these may be referring to the same song.

    "Landlady" - mentioned in the February 2016 issue of Q magazine
    "Where The Shadows Fall" - mentioned in the February 2016 issue of Q magazine
    "Tightrope" - mentioned in an Entertainment Weekly article
    "Much More Better" - mentioned in the October 2015 Q magazine cover article
    "Get Out Of Your Own Way" - Marsha Lederman of Canada's Globe and Mail tweeted about this song shortly after interviewing U2 on the day before the Innocence + Experience tour began.
    "Red Flag Day" - mentioned by the New York Times as one of the new songs U2 worked on during tour rehearsals in Vancouver; MOJO magazine (Feb. 2017) says this song is about the European refugee crisis
    "Civilization" - mentioned by the New York Times as one of the new songs U2 worked on during tour rehearsals in Vancouver
    "Instrument Flying" - mentioned by the New York Times as one of the new songs U2 worked on during tour rehearsals in Vancouver
    "The Morning After Innocence" -- a song first mentioned by Bono in an interview with The Guardian; more recently, Bono shared some of the song's lyrics, which include the line "lead me in the way I should go"; this song is now known as "The Little Things That Give You Away" (see above)
    "The Light" -- one of our contacts tells us that Bono mentioned a song with this title while visiting in early 2014 with Aslan singer Christy Dignam; Pittsburgh radio DJs may have also heard it during a listening session before U2's Heinz Field show in June 2017
    "Mount Zion" - a song mentioned in the May 2011 Hot Press interview
    "I'll Believe Her When She Sings" - another song mentioned in the May 2011 Hot Press interview and described as part of the "club music" sessions with RedOne
    "The Sacred Heart of Malibu" - a song that Bono played for Dutch journalist Bert van de Kamp, and mentioned in his book, And They Called Him Bono; this song could possibly have become "California" on Songs Of Innocence
    "Mother of Pearl" - another new song that Bono played for van de Kamp

In addition the above, there are numerous other unreleased songs dating back 10 years or more that could still see the light of day. Titles include "You Can't Give Away Your Heart," "Lead Me In The Way I Should Go," "Mercy," "North Star," "Love Is All We Have Left," "If I Could Live My Life Again," "Winter," "Soon," "Glastonbury" and "Return Of The Stingray Guitar." Some of these have been played in concert. Some have been released on non-album formats. Some have likely turned into other songs by now.

What about Songs Of Ascent?

Irish DJ Dave Fanning, U2's longtime friend, has gone on record saying that U2 has two more albums in the works. If true, we speculate that the second album could use the Songs Of Ascent title -- that name has been in play since Bono mentioned it in March 2009.


Escrito 10 octubre 2017 - 14:52

El No Line creo que es el disco mas infravalorado de ellos desde Pop, lastrado por ese apestoso single principal.


Escrito 10 octubre 2017 - 16:52

Ya son ganas de seguir torturando al personal.

Firma editada por moderación por sobrepasar medidas -


Escrito 10 octubre 2017 - 21:14

Por internet rula, la versión correcta del NLOTH, las canciones en el orden correcto y las versiones que deben ir en el disco, quiza algo extremista esa gente pero es que es de un foro de musica extranjero.


Pop es muy bueno, pero fue el que sacaron demasiado pronto sin terminar, los singles lo demuestran y los directos buenisimos. Personalmente creo que los discos de 2000 y 2004 tambien estaban por pulir.



Y como suelo decir yo, sus 4 discos de los 90 son lo mejor que tiene y eso que me gusta mucho war, boy, tuf y joshua.



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Escrito 11 octubre 2017 - 02:25

Esta gente sigue sacando discos?




Escrito 11 octubre 2017 - 12:30

De ayer por la noche en Argentina:


Si sacan discos todos los años, para los que estan subscritos a su pagina web de remezclas, directos, etc de ediciones limitadas.



Por cierto si pillaís la canción de U2 con kendrik lamar pasadmela ya que en las web que frecuento la borran o no esta.

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Escrito 11 octubre 2017 - 21:33

Con lo buenos que eran sus primeros discos



Escrito 12 octubre 2017 - 11:08

Yo pienso que sus 90 son mejores que sus 80.


Escrito 06 noviembre 2017 - 15:37

With an official Songs Of Experience announcement expected any day now, it's no secret what songs will be included on U2's next album. Bono and the band have revealed more than a dozen titles already, and even shared a few details about the running order -- all of which we've been tracking on our new U2 album page.

Adding to that information, @U2 has now learned the full track list and running order of Songs Of Experience. This information comes from photos shared with @U2 of the deluxe vinyl edition, with the track list appearing on the back cover. We assume the song list and running order will be the same on other versions, with the exception of the three bonus songs indicated below that are likely only included on the deluxe SOE. Here's what we saw in the photos:

Side 1:

1) Love Is All We Have Left
2) Lights Of Home
3) You're The Best Thing About Me
4) Get Out Of Your Own Way
5) American Soul

Side 2:

1) Summer Of Love
2) Red Flag Day
3) The Showman (Little More Better)
4) The Little Things That Give You Away

Side 3:

1) Landlady
2) The Blackout
3) Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way
4) 13 (There Is A Light)

Side 4 (bonus tracks):

1) Ordinary Love (Extraordinary Mix)
2) Book Of Your Heart
3) Lights Of Home (St Peter's String Version)

That's right in line with the known list of songs that the band has mentioned in recent interviews, but there are a couple noteworthy items:

  • Although Bono said earlier this year that SOE would have 12 tracks, the album proper has 13. The additional song, coincidentally, is titled "13 (There Is A Light)." That's a new song that Bono first mentioned in the current (December 2017) issue of Q magazine. In prior interviews and during the first two legs of The Joshua Tree Tour 2017, Bono mentioned that the final song on the album was "The Little Things That Give You Away." That track is now ninth overall and the end of Side 2 on vinyl. (Personal guess: This change came late in the process of finishing the album and is one reason why the official announcement didn't happen in September as was first promised.)
  • As expected, the song previously known as "Much More Better" seems now to be titled "The Showman (Little More Better)."
  • "Ordinary Love" makes its first appearance on a U2 album. The song was part of the Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom soundtrack and was released as a limited edition, 10-inch vinyl for Record Store Day in November 2013, but didn't appear on Songs Of Innocence in 2014. Hopefully, in upcoming interviews, we'll hear from the band about the decision to include this mix on the deluxe Songs Of Experience.

One final note: It looks like U2 will be participating in some kind of Songs Of Experience listening party later this year in the Los Angeles area. San Diego-area radio station 91X is advertising an event called "The U2 Experience," and giving listeners a chance to win tickets to attend, hear the album, meet the band and get a photo with them. No date is mentioned, but it's described as a "pre-release" party, so we're assuming it'll happen prior to the expected December 1 release. We're also assuming other radio stations will be running similar contests, but that's still TBD.




U2 has confirmed one of the worst-kept secrets in recent memory: Songs Of Experience, the band's 14th studio album, will be released on December 1. That's not all: U2 has also released a second single from the album today, "Get Out Of Your Own Way." And they've revealed plans to be back on the road in 2018 with the Experience + Innocence tour, which begins May 2 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Songs Of Experience

The album announcement comes almost two months after the release of lead single, "You're The Best Thing About Me." Songs Of Experience is the follow-up to 2014's Songs Of Innocence, with the pair of albums borrowing their titles from the classic collection of poems by William Blake. The album features 13 songs, with the now-announced track list matching what we reported on Monday night:

1) Love Is All We Have Left
2) Lights Of Home
3) You're The Best Thing About Me
4) Get Out Of Your Own Way
5) American Soul
6) Summer Of Love
7) Red Flag Day
8) The Showman (Little More Better)
9) The Little Things That Give You Away
10) Landlady
11) The Blackout
12) Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way
13) 13 (There Is A Light)

The album will be released in several versions: CD, vinyl and digital download. It'll also be available on streaming services. The deluxe versions will feature these bonus tracks:

1) Ordinary Love (Extraordinary Mix)
2) Book Of Your Heart
3) Lights Of Home (St Peter's String Version)
4) You're The Best Thing About Me (U2 vs Kygo) - only available on the deluxe CD and digital, not on vinyl

The album can pre-ordered now on all relevant platforms. See the announcement for deadlines and details about how pre-ordering the album works with pre-sales. U2 and Live Nation are using the Verified Fan program in an attempt to limit bots and scalpers from getting tickets. Please see this article for full details on how it works, and what you need to do to be eligible for pre-sales.

Experience + Innocence Tour

U2 will go on the road in 2018 to support Songs Of Experience with the Experience + Innocence tour. Announced today are 15 shows in North America, beginning May 2 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (That'll be U2's first show in Tulsa since 1983.) The tour will see U2 return to playing indoor arenas, just as they did in 2015 on the Innocence + Experience tour. The full list of announced shows is as follows:

May 2: Tulsa, BOK Center
May 4: St. Louis, Scottrade Center
May 7: San Jose, SAP Center
May 11: Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena
May 15: Los Angeles, The Forum
May 22: Chicago, United Center
May 26: Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
May 28: Atlanta, Infinite Energy Arena
June 5: Montreal, Bell Centre
June 9: Uniondale (NY), NYCB Live/Nassau Coliseum
June 13: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
June 17: Washington DC, Capital One Arena
June 21: Boston, TD Garden
June 25: New York City, Madison Square Garden
June 29: Newark, Prudential Center

Note that there are a few pockets of space in that schedule to add more shows.

Public ticket sales will begin November 20. Pre-sales will begin November 14. Ticket prices will range from $41 to $325 in most cities, and slightly higher in New York City. We HIGHLY SUGGEST you visit the ticket sales page for your preferred show (at or whomever is the official ticket seller) to see all the different pre-sales and their requirements, not to mention ticket prices, stage design, etc. (Note: It looks like seating diagrams still need to be updated at many venues. We're hoping the SAP Center's diagram is most accurate.)

U2 will also play shows next year in Europe, but those shows aren't expected to be announced until after the new year. The album pre-order pre-sale offer is available to fans in the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Italy and Holland -- that probably gives a preview of where the European tour will visit. No word yet on tour plans outside North America and Europe.

When the E+I tour begins next year, it'll be a little more than six months since the end of The Joshua Tree Tour 2017. That's the shortest turnaround between proper U2 tours since the end of the Boy tour and the start of the October tour, both in 1981. (We're not including promo tours and similar non-album tours.)


There's a lot of new stuff going on with the tour pre-sales, album pre-orders, etc. If you have questions, we suggest you read the official announcements and the Help page: news story announcement Tour page Help page (this include customer service contact details)

(NOTE: This article was updated to remove confusing language regarding the relationship between ticket pre-sales and album pre-orders.)


Escrito 06 noviembre 2017 - 19:39

Pues a ver como les quedo este disco...


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Escrito 15 noviembre 2017 - 15:48

otra nueva

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