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All That You Can't Leave Behind


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 31 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00004Z0LW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,090 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,258 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beautiful Day
2. Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of
3. Elevation
4. Walk On
5. Kite
6. In a Little While
7. Wild Honey
8. Peace on Earth
9. When I Look at the World
10. New York
11. Grace


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ChimpZilla on May 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
WARNING: THIS ALBUM IS THE WORST U2 ALBUM EVERRRRRRRR!!!!!! AND I MEAN EVERRRRRR!!!! i mean what happened to that melodic and flawless tunes from the album "Joshua Tree"? U2 became one of those alternative DJ rock band from a soft rock band. Dont waist ur money buying this album, buy Joshua Tree instead.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 12 Eloquent Dots on April 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
Don't believe the hype. It's been since 91/92 since the last good U2 song. Beautiful Day is only a rewrite of other songs of theirs, along with Walk On. These are the only two good things going for this cd.
They need to live on the streets again for awhile.
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Despite the fact that many in ireland don't like him, Bono really is a great human being, and this CD brings U2's songwriting back to where I've missed hearing it.
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By S. Tingwall on July 8 2001
Format: Audio CD
This CD is absolutely a masterpiece. U2 once again puts out an original recording instead of taking the easy way and following the mainstream. I have been a lifelong U2 fan, so I may be a little biased, but this is one of my favorites. There is something on the CD for everyone and it won't disappoint.
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This is not your dad's U2... this disc, while pleasing enough, it unfortunately lacking in authenticity, grit, creativity, and meaningfulness that I look for in an artist...

Nevertheless, better than most pop music out there...
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By Harris Macklin on Sept. 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
we need it now. And we are pretty close with this album. In my opinion the best U2 album by far. Not a weak track on it with special highlights to be found in "Peace on Earth" and "New York". Enjoy!
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When U2 first emerged, they were hailed as the rock voice of a generation. Now, two decades later, they are providing the soundtrack to the lives of those original fans' children - truly making music for a new generation. "All That You Can't Leave Behind" is what introduced the Irish rockers to Generation X, and it's as incredible as the band's past work.
With a lead voice as unmistakable as Bono's, deeply touching lyrics, and elegantly-crafted songs, this album is easily one of U2's best. Sure, it doesn't have the impact of "The Joshua Tree" or "Achtung Baby", but it is far from mediocre. Continuing in the styles that they have made so famous in the past, U2 has once again raised the bar on how great rock albums can be.
It's hard to describe everything on this incredible work, but I'll give you the highlights:
'Beautiful Day': The perfect opening to the album, 'Beautiful Day' is an anthem-laced track about embracing life with all its difficulties. An ideal song to lift your spirits.
'Stuck in a Moment...': Though grossly over-played as a tribute song in the wake of the September 11 attacks, 'Stuck in a Moment...' is a wonderful piece when taken in context. A bit lighter and poppier than the rest of the album, it is nevertheless great.
'Peace on Earth': Perhaps the sequel to the rocky 'Sunday Bloody Sunday', this track is a pleading look at needless violence in the world, examining its roots and futility.
'Walk On': Of all the U2 songs I've heard, this is probably my favorite. Easily one of the best songs the band has ever come out with, it is truly in the spirit of great hits such as 'Pride', 'One', and 'Where the Streets Have No Name'. A great message and touching melody - all elements that have made U2 great.
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Format: Audio CD
A bland and average set of innofensive rock songs, "All That You Can`t Leave Behind" has little to recommend. While there`s nothing truly horrible here, most of the moments are merely passable and far from memorable. "New York" is probably the best track, and even that is far from stunning. This record offers nothing new to the current music scenario, presenting weak compositions that lack originality and innovation. It certainly doesn`t deserve all the overexposure it got, since it has been awhile since U2 created something truly remarkable and cutting edge. This album may please die-hard fans of the band, but those who search for intriguing music will probably be disappointed.
Passable and forgettable.
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