October is the second studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was released on 12 October 1981 by Island Records, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite. new music on tour and in July began a two-month recording session at Windmill Lane Studios largely unprepared, forcing Bono to quickly improvise lyrics Bono said of the recording process of October, "I remember the pressure it was made under, I remember writing lyrics on the microphone, and at £50 an hour, that's quite a pressure. U2, I guess, will continue to 'move' in live performance, but they will only move on the lightest surface.
The highest-selling albums and EPs in the United States are ranked in the Billboard 200, which is published by Billboard magazine. The data are compiled by Nielsen Soundscan based on each album's weekly physical and digital sales, as well as on-demand streaming and digital sales of its individual tracks. In 2017, a total of 38 albums claimed the top position of the chart.
U2 celebrates 30 years of the classic album "The Joshua Tree" by playing all 11 songs as well as their greatest hits on their tour around the world. Director: Anton Corbijn. Live performance of U2 at the Rose Bowl in California. Part of the "U2 360° Tour", which is titled for the use of a 360° stage and audience configuration. Director: Tom Krueger.
|1-1||Intro - Whole of The Moon|
|1-2||Sunday Bloody Sunday|
|1-3||New Year's Day|
|1-5||Pride(In THe Name Of Love)|
|1-6||Where The Streets Have no Name|
|1-7||I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For|
|1-8||With Or Without You|
|1-9||Bullet The Blue Sky|
|1-10||Running To Stand Still|
|1-11||Red Hill Mining Town|
|2-1||In God's Country|
|2-2||Trip Through Your Wires|
|2-3||One Tree Hill|
|2-5||Mothers Of The Disappeared|
|2-11||Ultra Violet (Light My Way)|