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"Limited edition blue 180-gram 2LP vinyl! Zooropa is the eighth studio album by U2. Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and The Edge, it was released on 5 July 1993 on Island Records. Inspired by the band's experiences on the Zoo TV Tour, Zooropa expanded on many of the tour's themes of technology and media oversaturation. The record was a continuation of the group's experimentation with alternative rock, electronic dance music, and electronic sound effects that began with their previous album, Achtung Baby, in 1991."

"Limited edition blue 180-gram 2LP vinyl! Zooropa is the eighth studio album by U2. Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and The Edge, it was released on 5 July 1993 on Island Records. Inspired by the band's experiences on the Zoo TV Tour, Zooropa expanded on many of the tour's themes of technology and media oversaturation. The record was a continuation of the group's experimentation with alternative rock, electronic dance music, and electronic sound effects that began with their previous album, Achtung Baby, in 1991."

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ISLAND
Rel. Date: 06/14/2019
UPC: 602567891291

Zooropa: Remastered [Limited Edition Blue LP]
Artist: U2
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Zooropa
2. Baby Face
3. Numb
4. Lemon
5. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
6. Daddys Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car
7. Some Days Are Better Than Others
8. The First Time
9. Dirty Day
10. The Wanderer
11. Lemon (The Perfecto Mix)
12. Numb (Gimme Some More Dignity Mix)

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"Limited edition blue 180-gram 2LP vinyl! Zooropa is the eighth studio album by U2. Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and The Edge, it was released on 5 July 1993 on Island Records. Inspired by the band's experiences on the Zoo TV Tour, Zooropa expanded on many of the tour's themes of technology and media oversaturation. The record was a continuation of the group's experimentation with alternative rock, electronic dance music, and electronic sound effects that began with their previous album, Achtung Baby, in 1991."

        
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