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Missing Ordinary Love is fine - I understand the reasoning if it's not a "song of experience".  Not having Lucifer's Hands, though, just seems like a missed opportunity to be complete.  Then again, this band is pretty notorious for leaving things just short of complete when it comes to releasing anything live.

I demand a bonus download-only track!
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Discography & Releases / Re: SOE Additional Non-Album "Official" Tracks/Videos
« Last post by dagobah on July 24, 2019, 08:11:58 AM »
Aaron, thank you for writing your article titled Egan requests Summer Of Love for Welcome to the Remix 2.  If U2 allows Rusty Egan to use the HP Hoeger Rusty Egan Sunset Mix of Summer Of Love, then I will buy the remix release.
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Did these come with WAV downloads? Are they the same masters as well?

Any tweaks?

No downloads. Just the vinyl this time. These haven't been changed in any way.  Just pressed in a new colour wax.
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Did these come with WAV downloads? Are they the same masters as well?

Any tweaks?
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Sometimes you get it mostly right...track list is available in the discography page now...itís the songs below without Lucifers Hands and without Ordinary Love.

Larry's drumming on The Troubles live was one of my favorite live U2 moments.

More tracks revealed and I'm even more sure now that it's going to be Songs of Innocence songs and Songs of Experience songs.

My guess?

Disc One:
The Miracle of Joey Ramone
California (There is No End to Love)
Iris (Hold Me Close)
Cedarwood Road
Song for Someone
Raised by Wolves
Invisible
Volcano
Every Breaking Wave
The Troubles
Bonus: Lucifer's Hands
Bonus: The Crystal Ballroom
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12 tracks

Disc Two:
Love is All We Have Left
The Blackout
Lights of Home
Red Flag Day
The Showman (Snippet) / You're the Best Thing
Summer of Love
Get Out of Your Own Way
American Soul
Landlady
Love is Bigger Than Anything in its Way
13 (There is A Light)
Bonus: The Little Things that Give You Away
Bonus: Ordinary Love
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13 tracks
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Same master as the 2017 issue of HTDAAB and the 2009 version of TUF.
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> In the case of The Unforgettable Fire that should be the 2009 remaster. How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb was reissued in 2017, but it was not remastered at that time and we do not expect that it will be here either.
Reference: https://www.u2songs.com/news/two_new_vinyl_reissues_on_red_vinyl

Could someone please confirm which mastering was used for these releases?

Cheers,
u2expert
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LOL, U2.com still says the full track list will be published in "early 2019" and the set will ship in "spring 2019." Ok then. By Fan Club standards they're right on schedule.

It's still Winter in Australia. :)
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LOL, U2.com still says the full track list will be published in "early 2019" and the set will ship in "spring 2019." Ok then. By Fan Club standards they're right on schedule.
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Discography & Releases / Re: U2 on iTunes - recent catalog refresh?
« Last post by Panama Jack on July 03, 2019, 04:34:35 PM »
Does anyone even know how iTunes files are going to be handled once iTunes disappears later this year? Apple has said you'll be able to keep all your music. But with the platform switching to streaming-dominant I'd be surprised if all these duplicate albums remain in there. What if you bought the MFiT version of Rattle and Hum but then want to re-download it for some reason later this year? Will it even still exist? Or will there just be a single generic "Rattle and Hum" available for streaming or download with no clues about what mastering it is, etc?

Ok, grumpy old guy rant over.

Music will still be able to be purchased and downloaded through the Apple Music App exactly as you're able to do in iTunes today.

On Apple's website preview for Catalina, it says:
"Music Store -- For users who still like to own their music, the iTunes Store is just a click away."

https://www.apple.com/macos/catalina-preview/features/
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