Fourth studio album by the Irish rock band, originally released in 1984. The band wanted to pursue a new musical direction following the harder-hitting rock of their previous album, 'War' (1983). As a result, they employed Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois to produce and assist in their experimentation with a more ambient and abstract sound. The resulting change in direction was at the time the band's most dramatic. The album's title is a reference to 'The Unforgettable Fire', an art exhibit about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Track Listing: 1. A Sort of Homecoming - U2 (5.28) 2. Pride (In the Name of Love) - U2 (3.49) 3. Wire - U2 (4.19) 4. The Unforgettable Fire - U2 (4.56) 5. Promenade - U2 (2.33) 6. 4th of July - U2 (2.13) 7. Bad - U2 (6.1) 8. Indian Summer Sky - U2 (4.18) 9. Elvis Presley and America - U2 (6.23) 10. MLK - U2 (2.32)
Year of Production: 1984
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