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U2 - Zooropa Album
Performer: U2
Title: Zooropa
Country: UK
Style:Pop Rock, Experimental
Released: 05 Jul 1993
Catalog number: CIDU29, 518047-2, CIDU 29
Label: Island Records
MP3 album szie: 1325 mb
FLAC album size: 1212 mb

Tracklist

1Zooropa
Engineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kirwan, Willie MannionMixed By – FloodMixed By [Assisted By] – Willie MannionRecorded By [Second Half Of Backing Track Recorded At Sound Check By] – Joe O'HerlihySynthesizer – Brian EnoWords By – Bono
6:30
2Babyface
Chimes [Loop] – Des BroadberyEngineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Willie MannionMixed By – FloodMixed By [Assisted By] – Rob KirwanWords By – Bono
4:00
3Lemon
Backing Vocals – Brian Eno, Brian Eno, The EdgeEngineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kirwan, Willie MannionMixed By – FloodMixed By [Assisted By] – Willie MannionSynthesizer, Arranged By [Strings], Strings [Performed By] – Brian EnoWords By – Bono
6:56
4Some Days Are Better Than Others
Engineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kirwan, Willie MannionLoops – Brian Eno, Des BroadberyMixed By – Robbie AdamsMixed By [Assisted By] – Rob KirwanSynthesizer – Brian EnoWords By – Bono
4:15
5The First Time
Engineer – Robbie AdamsMixed By – FloodMixed By [Assisted By] – Willie MannionPiano, Harmonium – Brian EnoPiano, Organ [Harmonium] – Brian EnoWords By – Bono
3:45
6Numb
Backing Vocals – Bono, LarryEngineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kirwan, Willie MannionMixed By – Robbie AdamsMixed By [Assisted By] – Mary McShaneRecorded By [Originally Recorded With] – Daniel LanoisSynthesizer [Additional], Sounds [Arcade] – Brian EnoWords By – The Edge
4:18
7Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
Engineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kirwan, Willie MannionMixed By – FloodMixed By [Assisted By] – Rob KirwanWords By – Bono
4:58
8DJ Alarm Sound0:27
9Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car
Engineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Willie MannionLoops – Des Broadbery, FloodMixed By – FloodMixed By [Assisted By] – Rob KirwanPerformer [Sample] – MC 900 Ft JesusWords By – Bono
5:19
10Dirty Day
Engineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kirwan, Willie MannionMixed By – Robbie AdamsMixed By [Assisted By] – Willie MannionSynthesizer [On 'Father To Son' Section] – Brian EnoWords By – Bono, The Edge
5:24
11The Wanderer
Backing Vocals – The EdgeFeaturing [Starring] – Johnny CashLoops [Background] – FloodMixed By [Assisted By], Engineer [Assisted By] – Willie MannionMixed By, Engineer – Flood, Robbie AdamsSynthesizer [Additional] – Brian EnoWords By – Bono
4:44

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
74321 15371 2U2 Zooropa ‎(CD, Album)Island Records74321 15371 2Europe1993
439U2 Zooropa ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Vivo 439RomaniaUnknown
MC-ISL 05180474U2 Zooropa ‎(Cass, Album)Island RecordsMC-ISL 05180474Peru1993
UC29, 518 047-4U2 Zooropa ‎(Cass, Album)Island Records, Island RecordsUC29, 518 047-4Poland1994
518047-2, CIDU29U2 Zooropa ‎(CD, Album)Island Records, Island Records518047-2, CIDU29Brazil1993

Credits

  • Art DirectionSteve Averill
  • Bass GuitarAdam Clayton
  • Coordinator [Additional Recording Facilities]Julian Douglas, Terry Cromer
  • Coordinator [Post Production Co-Ordinator]Cheryl Engels
  • Crew [Bass Guitar Technician]Stuart Morgan
  • Crew [Drum Technician]Sam O'Sullivan
  • Crew [Guitar Technician (Bono)]Fraser McAlister
  • Crew [Guitar Technician (Edge)]Dallas Schoo
  • Crew [Monitoring]Joe O'Herlihy
  • Crew [Programming, Keyboard & Guitar Technician]Des Broadbery
  • Crew [Studio Technician]Colm "Rab" McAllister
  • Design [Album Cover]Works Associates
  • Design, CGI Artist [Computer Treatments]Brian Williams
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing VocalsLarry Mullen Jnr
  • Edited By [Digital Editing By]Stewart Whitmore
  • Film Producer [Zooropa '93 Video Footage]Ned O'Hanlon
  • Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer, VocalsThe Edge
  • Illustration [Original Baby Illustration By]Charlie Whisker
  • Management [Manager]Paul McGuinness
  • Management [Principle Management Dublin (Director)]Anne-Louise Kelly
  • Management [Principle Management Dublin]Aislinn Meehan, Anne O'Leary, Barbara Galavan, Brigid Mooney, Candida Bottaci, Cecilia Coffey, Cillian Guidera, David Herbert , Eileen Long, Gerry Watters, Liz Devlin, Sandra Long
  • Management [Principle Management New York (Director)]Keryn Kaplan
  • Management [Principle Management New York]Bess Dulany, Sheila Roche
  • Mastered ByArnie Acosta
  • Music ByU2
  • Photography By [Original Photo Of Johnny Cash By]Alan Messer
  • ProducerBrian Eno, Flood, The Edge
  • Production Manager [Album]Anne-Louise Kelly
  • Production Manager [Studio]Suzanne Doyle
  • Vocals, GuitarBono

Notes

Track 1 Zooropa opening courtesy of the advertising world.
Track 5 "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)" title courtesy of Road Music Wim Wenders Musikverlag, EMI Electrola GmBH.
Track 6 'Fanfare' taken from the album 'Lenin's Favourite Songs' (Melodia). Sample from the song "The City Sleeps" by MC 900 Ft Jesus appears courtesy of Nettwerk Productions.

Recorded in Dublin, March - May 1993.
Recorded in The Factory, Windmill Lane Studios and Westland Studios, Dublin.
Additional Recording Facilities:
Terry Cromer & Julian Douglas, Audio Engineering, Dublin.

Post Production Co-Ordinator - Cheryl Engels/Partial Production Inc.

Mastering Arnie Acosta/A & M Mastering Studios, L.A.
Digital editing by Stewart Whitmore/A&M Mastering Studios, L.A.

Brian Eno appears courtesy of Opal Ltd.
Johnny Cash appears courtesy of Def American Recordings.

Album cover design by Works Associates (Dublin).

Original images taken from Zooropa '93 video footage.
Directed by Maurice Linnane.
Produced by Ned O'Hanlon.

All titles published by Blue Mountain Music (UK), Mother Music (IRL), Taiyo Music Inc. (Japan) and PolyGram International Music Publishing B.V. (ROW).

℗ 1993 Polygram International Music B.V.
© 1993 Polygram International Music B.V.
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Polygram International Music B.V. and is exclusively licensed to Island Records Ltd. in the U.K.

Track 10 contains "hidden track": the sound of alarm which warns radio DJ's when there is a 10 second air silence. Track 10.2 starts at 5:15 after a period of silence.
Total duration of track 10: 5:42

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 731451804724
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CIDU 29 10240611 02 & MADE IN UK BY PDO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CIDU 29 10240611 03 % MADE IN UK BY PDO
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Price Code: PY900

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram International Music B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – PolyGram International Music B.V.
  • Licensed To – Island Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Blue Mountain Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Mother Music Ltd.
  • Published By – PolyGram International Music Publishing B.V.
  • Recorded At – The Factory
  • Recorded At – Windmill Lane Studios
  • Recorded At – Westland Studios
  • Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
  • Edited At – A&M Mastering Studios
  • Made By – PDO, UK – 10240611

Short intro

Zooropa - U2. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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. U2 - Zooropa 1993. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. U2 - Zooropa the New Album 1993 Comercial televisivo para UK promocionando el Nuevo Álbum de U2, Zooropa, el disco siguiente a Achtung Baby 1991. Picking up where Achtung Baby left off, Zooropa delves heavily into U2's newfound affection for experimental music and dance clubs. While the title track marries those inclinations to the anthems of The Joshua Tree, most of the record is far more daring than its predecessor. Zooropa stayed on the charts for 61 weeks in Ireland. It peaked at No. 2 in Finland, Portugal, and Spain while reaching No. 3 and in Belgium and Hungary, respectively. In the US, the album was certified multi-platinum by RIAA with 2 million units sold. U2 won a Grammy for Zooropa as the Best Alternative Album of the Year and the readers of Rolling Stone voted it Best charts. In the US, it was certified platinum by the RIAA. With Zooropa the results are far more satisfying: The album is a daring, imaginative coda to Achtung Baby 1991, U2s first unqualified masterpiece. Zooropa defuses the daunting commercial expectations set by that album while closing off none of the bands artistic options. It is varied and vigorously experimental, but its charged mood of giddy anarchy suffused with barely suppressed dread provides a compelling, unifying thread. The title track sets the tone from the very start. Released July 5, 1993. Zooropa Tracklist. Zooropa Lyrics. Babyface Lyrics. 乐队列表 Rock U2 Zooropa. Add an audio file. U2 : Zooropa
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I believe this to be the last good U2 album. Moreover, whilst I've tried for years to enjoy Achtung Baby, this album grabbed me almost immediately. Whereas Achtung is widely considered among their best albums, Zooropa seems to occupy a lesser place. But to me, this album contains a greater number of really good, catchy songs, and seems to abandon a bit of the pretense of the former album.

Highlights for me are the rocking title track, Numb, Lemon (one of Bono's finest tributes to his mother), and Stay (a bit sappy, but I still like it). The album certainly runs out of steam over the final three or four tracks, but none of them are any worse or less interesting than most tracks on Achtung.

Unfortunately U2 could not (or would not) capitalize on the best parts of this album, and they'd return with the dreadful Pop. Things really went downhill from there.