The Best Of 1990-2000

04 November, 20021
  1. Even Better Than The Real ThingLyrics
  2. Mysterious WaysLyrics
  3. Beautiful DayLyrics
  4. Electrical Storm (William Orbit Mix)Lyrics
  5. OneLyrics
  6. Miss SarajevoLyrics
  7. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)Lyrics
  8. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out OfLyrics
  9. Gone (New Mix)Lyrics
  10. Until The End Of The WorldLyrics
  11. The Hands That Build AmericaLyrics
  12. Discothèque (New Mix)Lyrics
  13. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill MeLyrics
  14. Staring At The Sun (New Mix)Lyrics
  15. Numb (New Mix)Lyrics
  16. The First TimeLyrics
The second volume of U2's Best of Collection, covering the years 1990-2000, was released on November 4th, 2002. A limited edition 'Best of the B-sides' was also released, along with a new single Electrical Storm and , the following month, a 'Best Of 1990 - 2000' DVD. This second volume of U2's Best Of collection covered the years from 1990 to 2000 and its sixteen tracks are highlights of the albums Achtung Baby, Zooropa, Passengers: Original Soundtracks 1, Pop and All That You Can't Leave Behind. Two brand new tracks were also recorded for this set, Electrical Storm and The Hands That Built America featured on the soundtrack to the Martin Scorsese movie The Gangs Of New York. In addition, four songs, Discotheque, Gone, Numb and Staring At The Sun were substantially reworked by producer Mike Hedges.
Released Date:
04 November, 2002
Produced By:
Island Records
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'The nineties was about taking 'the idea of a rock 'n' roll band, abstracting it as far as you possibly could - and then reconstructing it again.'
(U2: The Best of 1990-2000) 'is really the story of us taking the idea of a rock 'n' roll band and abstracting it as far as you possibly could - and then reconstructing it again, that's really, in a nutshell, what we did during that period. At every turn, it was an attempt to find inspiring places to go as songwriters and artists.

'We turned on ourselves, in a way having fun with some of the ideas of ego that we were playing with. And we managed to give ourselves a bit of freedom, a bit of room to breath.'

''There's a few tracks on there that I never thought would have made it, like The First Time from Zooropa. And then on the other hand, there's something like The Fly from Achtung Baby which I'm not sure about anymore. I'm not sure whether it's really stood the test of time. '

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THE FLY STANDS the test of time !!!!!!!!!
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