FOLLOWING 1980'S BOY AND 1981'S OCTOBER, U2 PRESENTED a more direct album, and the pivot is obvious right from the opening seconds of politically charged opener, "Sunday Bloody Sunday." Where the groups first two LPs dealt with more abstract concepts like adolescence and spirituality, War is a visceral response to what was happening, a protest album w/ harsher sounds, simpler, startling rhythms and a sense of awareness on all fronts. The obvious standout here is "Sunday Bloody Sunday," but also listen to "New Year's Day," "Seconds," "Two Hearts Beat As One," and "Drowning Man."


  • remastered by Arnie Acosta
  • 180g vinyl
  • gatefold sleeve
  • includes 12"x12" 16-page booklet


A1 Sunday Bloody Sunday    
A2 Seconds    
A3 New Year's Day    
A4 Like A Song...    
A5 Drowning Man    

B1 The Refugee    
B2 Two Hearts Beat As One    
B3 Red Light    
B4 Surrender    
B5 "40"

U2 LP War (Remastered with booklet)

24,90 € Precio
21,90 €Precio de oferta

Label: Island Records ‎– 1761674, Interscope Records ‎– 1761674, Universal ‎– 1761674, UMC ‎– 1761674

Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue

Country: Europe

Released: Mar 2017


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