Third studio album by the Irish rock band, originally released in 1983. The album is regarded as U2's first overtly political album, in part because of songs like 'Sunday Bloody Sunday' and 'New Year's Day', as well as the title, which stems from the band's perception of the world at the time; lead vocalist Bono stated that 'war seemed to be the motif for 1982'.
Track Listing: 1. Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2 (4.39) 2. Seconds - U2 (3.11) 3. New Year's Day - U2 (5.35) 4. Like a Song... - U2 (4.47) 5. Drowning Man - U2 (4.14) 6. The Refugee - U2 (3.4) 7. Two Hearts Beat As One - U2 (4.03) 8. Red Light - U2 (3.46) 9. Surrender - U2 (5.33) 10. '40' - U2 (2.37)