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Wednesday, 9 February 2011

U2 Duals Track Listing



Here's the news you've been waiting, lying on a boat for: confirmed tracks and artists on 'U2 Duals', the limited-edition CD of U2 collaborations performed and recorded over three decades. 

From the Soweto Gospel Choir to Allan Ginsberg, Willie Nelson to Mary J Blige and Mick Jagger to Green Day, the band have curated a collection of 'duals'  which highlight the remarkable range of artists they've worked with. 

A few of the fifteen tracks have featured on studio albums, but many have had only limited previous availability and some are released here for the first time.

We think it's a pretty special collection and with the finished CD now in production, we'll be emailing qualifying subscribers with details of delivery times as soon as we have them.

U2 Duals - Tracklisting
 
1.         WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME
            U2 and Soweto Gospel Choir
           
2.         THE WANDERER
            U2 and Johnny Cash
 
3.         FALLING AT YOUR FEET
            Bono and Danny Lanois           
 
4.         MISS SARAJEVO
            Passengers and Luciano Pavarotti
 
5.         SLOW DANCING
            U2 and Willie Nelson
 
6.         THE SAINTS ARE COMING
            U2 and Green Day
            
7.         SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY (Live from Auckland)
            U2 and Jay-Z
 
8.         ONE
            U2 and Mary J Blige
 
9.         WHEN LOVE COMES TO TOWN
            U2 and BB King
 
10.       STUCK IN A MOMENT YOU CAN’T GET OUT OF (Live at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame)
            U2 and Mick Jagger  
           
11.       THE BALLAD OF RONNIE DREW
            U2, The Dubliners, Kíla, A Band of Bowsies
            
12.       I’M NOT YOUR BABY
            U2 and Sinead O’Connor
 
13.       STRANDED (HAITI MON AMOUR) – Hybrid Mix
            Jay-Z, Bono, The Edge, Rihanna
           
14.       DRUNK CHICKEN / AMERICA
            U2 and Allen Ginsberg
            
15.       AMAZING GRACE
            U2 and Soweto Gospel Choir
            

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