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Old 03-02-2018, 01:32 PM   #1
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Comes out in April. Wide awake in America reissued aswell but £20 for a 4 track ep is ridiculous.

Out of all the albums remastered for vinyl is it just zooropa that hasn't been remastered yet ?
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Old 03-02-2018, 01:48 PM   #2
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Are they definitely remastered or just reissues? It seems like it’s onky on vinyl as well. I’m curious if they will include any extras.
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Comes out in April. Wide awake in America reissued aswell but £20 for a 4 track ep is ridiculous.

Out of all the albums remastered for vinyl is it just zooropa that hasn't been remastered yet ?
Zooropa was part of the ABaby box. Was it remastered along with AB?
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Zooropa was part of the ABaby box. Was it remastered along with AB?


Was that just the cd though, the vinyl wasn't in there was it? Can't remember now if it was or not, the cd definitely was
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Are they definitely remastered or just reissues? It seems like it’s onky on vinyl as well. I’m curious if they will include any extras.


Could just be reissues. Pop and atyclb is virtually impossible to get hold of on vinyl. The original recordings are very small in number. They go for hundreds on discogs and eBay
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How to dismantle an atomic bomb hasn't long been reissued on vinyl so I'm presuming the pop and atyclb reissues will be the same as that
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WAIA would be remastered from the UF boxset, 2009.
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Preorders are up at u2’s website.

There’s a gaping hole in my U2 vinyl collection now finally I can fill that gaping hole.
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Canadians,

There is a preorder available at MusicVaultz. All 3 for $90.57 CDN before taxes (plus free shipping over orders of $50). Better than the US pricing off of the U2 site (also, they'll charge shipping and you might get duty fees at border)


As far as mastering goes, I don't know if it relates or not, but iTunes lists All That... and Pop as being "Mastered for iTunes." So, someone has cleaned it up digitally at least.
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Remastered for vinyl, says on this advert
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WAIA would be remastered from the UF boxset, 2009.


Not on vinyl though was it? Can't remember, I have all these box sets but completely forget what's in them
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Not on vinyl though was it? Can't remember, I have all these box sets but completely forget what's in them
The individual tracks would of been remastered for the cd bonus disc. There was no vinyl included in the UF boxset.
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Can we consider this as a proof that U2 finally acknowledged the existance of Pop? You know, it still can be their management move that the band is unaware of...
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Can we consider this as a proof that U2 finally acknowledged the existance of Pop? You know, it still can be their management move that the band is unaware of...


Wait until to the tour to see if we hear any pop songs I'd say it's very very unlikely
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Can we consider this as a proof that U2 finally acknowledged the existance of Pop? You know, it still can be their management move that the band is unaware of...

Watch them include the "New Mixes" of Gone, Numb, and Discotheque instead of the originals.
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