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October (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered]


Download links and information about October (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered] by U2. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:40:53 minutes.

Artist: U2
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:40:53
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No. Title Length
1. Gloria 4:12
2. I Fall Down 3:39
3. I Threw a Brick Through a Window 4:54
4. Rejoice 3:38
5. Fire 3:52
6. Tomorrow 4:39
7. October 2:21
8. With a Shout (Jerusalem) 4:02
9. Stranger In a Strange Land 3:56
10. Scarlet 2:53
11. Is That All? 3:01
12. Gloria (Live - Hammersmith Palais - December 1982) 4:43
13. I Fall Down (Live, Hammersmith Palais - December 1982) 3:01
14. I Threw a Brick Through a Window (Live, Hammersmith Palais - December 1982) 3:52
15. Fire (Live, Hammersmith Palais - December 1982) 3:31
16. October (Live, Hammersmith Palais - December 1982) 2:22
17. With a Shout (Jerusalem) [Richard Skinner BBC Session - September 1981] 3:33
18. Scarlet (Richard Skinner BBC Session - September 1981) 2:45
19. I Threw a Brick Through a Window (Richard Skinner BBC Session - September 1981) 4:17
20. A Celebration 2:57
21. J.Swallow 2:20
22. Trash, Trampoline and the Party Girl 2:35
23. I Will Follow (Live, Paradise Theatre - March 1981) 3:44
24. The Ocean (Live, Paradise Theatre - March 1981) 2:15
25. Cry/The Electric Co. (Live, Paradise Theatre - March 1981) 4:27
26. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock (Live at The Paradise Theater, Boston) 4:57
27. I Will Follow (Live from Hattem - May 1982) 3:52
28. Tomorrow (Bono & Adam Clayton, Common Ground Remix - 1996) 4:35



Though widely acknowledged as suffering a bit from the “sophomore slump,” 1981’s October is hardly a failure, with “Gloria,” “I Fall Down,” “I Threw a Brick Through a Window,” “Rejoice,” and the album’s stunning closer “Is That All?” leading the charge. The Dublin quartet’s quick success made it imperative for them to get a second album together and while some of the tunes suffer from being rushed along (six months could’ve given them breathing room, but could have cost them their momentum), it’s mostly the sound of a band still finding themselves. Steve Lillywhite’s production continues to add atmospherics to the band’s careful chiseled sound and Bono clearly has the sound of arenas ringing in his ears as his singing reaches for mythic heights with its consistent full-throat attack. The additional material on the “Deluxe Edition” shows the band’s growth as a live act. The 1982 Hammersmith Palais performances of “Gloria” and “I Fall Down,” the BBC sessions of “I Threw A Brick Through a Window,” and the live versions from their debut album Boy (“I Will Follow,” “The Ocean”) are welcomed bonuses that sketch out a stronger idea of the band’s abilities during the early years.