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MakreeOct 30, · U2 Rock · Preview Editors’ Notes The template, of course, was the comeback single “Beautiful Day”: Along with fellow smashes “Elevation” and “Walk On,” it heralded the band’s still-thriving phase as halftime-show mainstays, openly declaring that being—and staying—the biggest band in the world was an artistic.
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KajarMay 16, · Mentioned above, the award winning “ Beautiful Day ” (originating from a song called “Always” which was later released as a b-side) starts out the album with its pulsing synths and programmed drums. Bono has said the song is about “a man who has lost everything, but is still able to find joy in what he does have”.
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DurJun 17, · The second-to-last song on U2’s masterful new album is called “New York,” and it’s about a man in a midlife crisis drawn to the city’s cacophony of noise and chaos.
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NejoraMar 04, · U2 were honoured in New York City yesterday, "It's a beautiful day, to quote a famous Irish rock band," Bloomberg said, hopefully to a chorus of groans. Released Monday, the album .
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Mikakinos"Beautiful Day" is a classic U2 song and has all the staples of a grand U2 tune. The second track is "Discotheque" and the third is "If You Wear that Velvet Dress", these are live versions from U2's Pop Mart tour. The original versions can be found on their (underrated) album "Pop". The live versions of both these songs are awesome/5(14).
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