13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
93 Ratings
93 Ratings
Dalivox ,

This is going to be a Classic MODERN U2 Album

This will be their best album post All That You Can't Leave Behind without a doubt. You're the Best Thing About Me is middle of the road earworm, The album version fo the Blackout is much better than the live version they purposely released with a lot of fan noise in it and now with Get Out of Your Own Way it is confirmed this will be a classic. Experienced & Modern with their now classic post POP sound. Great job! The last of the Rock Stars!

Baseballl Dude ,

I don't understand

Why can't iTunes put this album in my library for free the way they did for Songs of Innocence?

SamLY2K ,

A powerful, meaningful piece of work.

For those reading this who don’t know, this album is the continuation of the predecessor Songs of Innocence. (Yes, that one album that’s probably already on your iPhone.) When you put the two albums together, it paints a wonderful picture of the bliss of childlike Innocence and the wisdom that comes with real-world experience. The way these albums are connected thematically, lyrically, and maybe even melodically is truly captivating.
At the time of my writing this, I am 17 years old, a month from turning 18. This set of albums in particular means a lot to me as I myself transition from innocence to experience. But enough about me. I encourage you to look into this album (along with the one before) to see what insight you can gain from these Irish boys in the band turned men in the music business. Innocence and Experience… thank you, U2 and co., for providing us with a stunning, exciting, real insight into both of these.

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