Nirvana Pink Floyd U2 Deluxe – Music of The Week

Nirvana Pink Floyd U2 – Deluxe

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This week sees the deluxe editions/ remastered versions of Nirvana’s Nevermind, Pink Floyd’s Dark side of the moon and U2’s Achtung Baby. There are also many different versions for the 20th anniversary editions of Nevermind and Achtung Baby to choose from depending how deep your pockets are. I don’t need to talk about these albums because they speak for them selves. If you do not own all 3 of these albums you can are clearly not into music. All 3 are classic albums so buy them, owen them and sing along to them. And for some of us sing along to the song just like the first time you heard them.

Please choose an album to read the review about.

 Nirvana – Nevermind     Pink Floyd – Dark side of the Moon  U2 – Achtung Baby

Nirvana – Nevermind

(20th Anniversary Remastered Edition) [Double CD]

With 30 million copies sold worldwide since its original release on 24 September 1991, Nevermind is as much a part of the classic rock canon as anything by the Stones or The Beatles, Dylan or The Clash. But then, you know that. It’s been in the uppermost reaches of any best-albums-ever list for as long as this writer can remember; its legacy, its influence, is undeniable. And what its unexpected success – a then-optimistic label estimate of selling 250,000 copies was blown out of the water – meant for primary songwriter Kurt Cobain has been well-documented. The frontman had a troubled relationship with fame: on the one hand he’d been desperate for it, but on the other he missed his anonymity desperately. And we all know what happened in April 1994, leading to the end of Nirvana after just three studio LPs and less than six years as a record-releasing force.–Mike Diver - read More

Track Listing

Smells Like Teen Spirit
In Bloom
Come as You Are
Breed
Lithium
Polly
Territorial Pissings
Drain You
Lounge Act
Stay Away
On a Plain
Something in the Way
Even in His Youth
Aneurysm
Curmudgeon
D-7 Live at the BBC
Been a Son Live
School Live
Drain You Live
Sliver Live
Polly Live
In Bloom (Smart Studios Previously Unreleased)
Immodium (Aka Breed Smart Studios Previously Unreleased)
Lithium (Smart Studios Previously Unreleased)
Polly (Smart Studios Previously Unreleased Mix)
Pay to Play (Smart Studios)
Here She Comes Now (Smart Studios)
Dive (Smart Studios Previously Unreleased)
Sappy (Smart Studios Previously Unreleased)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (The BOOMBOX REHEARSALS)
Verse Chorus Verse (The BOOMBOX REHEARSALS Previously Unreleased)
Territorial Pissings (The BOOMBOX REHEARSALS Previously Unreleased)
Lounge Act (The BOOMBOX REHEARSALS Previously Unreleased)
Come as You Are (The BOOMBOX REHEARSALS)
Old Age

Selected Videos

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Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon

[2011 - Original Recording Remastered] [Double CD]

Originally released in 1973, The Dark Side of The Moon became Pink Floyd’s first number 1 album in the US, remaining on the chart for 741 weeks between 1973 and 1988. One of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed albums of all time The Dark Side of The Moon also introduced The iconic album cover artwork by Hipgnosis featuring a prism representing the band’s stage lighting, the record’s lyrics, and the request for a ‘simple and bold’ design. The new experience version presents the original studio album, digitally remastered by James Guthrie with bonus CD featuring a previously unreleased recording of The Dark Side Of The Moon performed live at Wembley in 1974. Also featuring a newly designed Digipak and a new 16 page booklet designed by Storm Thorgerson, including all lyrics. CD1: The Dark Side Of The Moon digitally remastered by James Guthrie CD2: The Dark Side Of The Moon performed live at Wembley 1974 (previously unreleased, CD2 is the same as disc 2 of the Immersion edition). - read More

Track listing

1. Speak to Me
2. Breathe
3. On the Run
4. Time
5. The Great Gig in the Sky
6. Money
7. Us and Them
8. Any Colour You Like
9. Brain Damage
10. Eclipse
11. Speak to Me (Live)
12. Breathe (Live)
13. On the Run (Live)
14. Time (Live)
15. The Great Gig in the Sky (Live)
16. Money (Live)
17. Us and Them (Live)
18. Any Colour You Like (Live)
19. Brain Damage (Live)
20. Eclipse (Live)

Selected Videos

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U2 – Achtung Baby

(20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)

Recorded over 6 months in 1991 in Berlin and Dublin, Achtung Baby was U2′s seventh studio album. It was produced by Daniel Lanois , Brian Eno and Steve Lillywhite and mixed and engineered by Flood. Led by “The Fly”, Achtung Baby spawned four more huge hit singles, “Mysterious Ways”, “One”, “Even Better Than The Real Thing” and “Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses”. Heralded by Rolling Stone’s Robert Hilburn as “U2’s daring descent into darkness”, the album was awarded the Grammy for Best Rock Performance and became one of the most acclaimed rock records of the nineties and of U2′s career. As Bono said at the time, it was “the sound of four men chopping down the Joshua Tree”.
This deluxe edition is a two CD set containing the re-issue of the original album plus B-sides and rarities.- read More

Track Listing

Disc: 1 
1. Zoo Station 
2. Even Better Than The Real Thing 
3. One 
4. Until The End Of The World 
5. Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses 
6. So Cruel 
7. The Fly 
8. Mysterious Ways 
9. Tryin’ To Throw Your Arms Around The World 
10. Ultra Violet (Light My Way) 
11. Acrobat 
12. Love Is Blindness 

Disc: 2 
1. Lady With The Spinning Head (UV1) 
2. Blow Your House Down 
3. Salomé 
4. Even Better Than The Real Thing 
5. Satellite Of Love 
6. Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses (Temple Bar Remix) 
7. Paint It Black 
8. Even Better Than The Real Thing (Fish Out Of Water Remix) 
9. Mysterious Ways (The Perfecto Mix) 
10. Night And Day (Steel String Remix) 
11. The Lounge Fly Mix 
12. Fortunate Son 
13. Alex Descends Into Hell For A Bottle Of Milk/Korova 1* 
14. Where Did It All Go Wrong?

Selected Videos

 

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