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Gloria - U2 - Best Of (CD)


  1. Jul 21,  · This is probably the most theologically deep recording by U2. I personally find U2's early recordings (like this one) to be superior to later ones (say, after "Joshua Tree"). The mixture of soaringly triumphant songs like "Gloria" and hauntingly beautiful songs like "October" make this album special/5(9).
  2. Nov 10,  · The Best of to portrays U2's best work, in my opinion. With Prime, this album (along with U2's entire catalogue) is available at no extra cost. I play guitar and also bought the accompanying song book for this album, which makes the music all the more enjoyable. I love almost all the songs on the to album/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Gloria on Discogs. U2 ‎– Gloria Label: On Stage ‎– CD Format: CD, Unofficial Release Country: Italy Released: Genre: Rock, Pop. Style: Alternative Rock, Classic Rock. Tracklist 5/5(1).
  4. The single appeared on U2's second album October. The Latin chorus of Gloria was inspired by Bono listening to Paul McGuinness' Gregorian chant albums. Gloria was premiered live during U2's performance at the Slane Festival, August 16, , where they were the support act for Thin Lizzy.
  5. Jul 21,  · U2’s second album is the pensive, nerdy brother to their debut, Boy. It’s uneven and subdued, but has its pleasures. It’s uneven and subdued, but has its pleasures. “Fire,” “Gloria.
  6. It was released on 5 November through Island Records, except in the United States where the album was released on the Interscope label as a single-disc CD compilation. The Best of – & B-Sides was released on the same day with a second disc featuring 14 of the B-sides released between 19and a bonus DVD with a trailer for the album and three other segments.
  7. "Gloria" is a song by rock band U2. It is the opening track and second single from the band's album, October. It features a chorus sung in Latin, from the liturgical "Gloria in Excelsis Deo."It was one of their lowest-charting singles on the UK singles chart, peaking at #55 but was more successful in Ireland and New Zealand, reaching the Top

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