U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind Album
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|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 10/31/2000
Tracks in All That You Can't Leave Behind: Beautiful Day, Stuck In a Moment You Can't Get Out Of, Elevation, Walk On, Kite, In a Little While, Wild Honey, Peace on Earth, When I Look at the World, New York, Grace, The Ground Beneath Her Feet, Always, Summer Rain, Big Girls are Best
All That You Can't Leave Behind Album Tracklist:
- Beautiful Day Lyrics
- Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of Lyrics
- Elevation Lyrics
- Walk On Lyrics
- Kite Lyrics
- In a Little While Lyrics
- Wild Honey Lyrics
- Peace on Earth Lyrics
- When I Look at the World Lyrics
- New York Lyrics
- Grace Lyrics
- The Ground Beneath Her Feet Lyrics
- Always Lyrics
- Summer Rain Lyrics
- Big Girls are Best Lyrics
This album gave me the courage to change my life... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 12/16/08
Living in New York, a married mother of three in an unhappy marriage was my life when this album came out. I listened to it over and over again and heard the message that I needed to experience my Beautiful Day and Walk On. It's a fantastic album. I highly recommend it for thought provoking lyrics and songs you will love to sing along with. BTW...I am now very happily remarried to a wonderful younger REAL man and fantastic stepfather to my children.
its.... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/26/07
its a pretty dark album. it took on a whole new meaning after bono's dad died and after 9/11
wish I'd paid more attention to this album when it was released | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/2/05
I am a fan of several works by U2, especially The Joshua Tree, but I had not really gotten past the couple commercial singles and actually listened to this album until a few days ago. I am sorry I wasted all that time before listening! While there are a couple songs I have yet to get into, such as the slow, low-toned "New York", this album overall is great. Every bit as complex and well-rounded as some of their mid-career, more popular work. It deals with death and social issues, but as a whole is an upbeat, energizing album that is a lot of fun to listen to(and, let's face it, sing along with). Highly recommended as a top 3 in any U2 starter kit.
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