2 – U2’s Achtung Baby Retrospective (Part 2 – Top Non-Single Tracks)

2 – U2’s Achtung Baby Retrospective (Part 2 – Top Non-Single Tracks)
by Aerrow Shapiro (Aerrow Shapiro’s Hour of Power)


Note:  The opinions of this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect KSSU.com nor the public opinion, since people’s tastes differ from each other.

Last time on Aerrow Shapiro’s Top of the List, I listed the top singles from the U2’s 1991 album Achtung Baby in celebration of its 20th Anniversary.  And now I decide to finish the two-part playlist with the tracks from the album that aren’t commercially released as singles but are worth listing.

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Tammar’s Album “Visits” Music Review

Tammar’s album “Visits” exhibits soft vocals permeating through instruments similar-sounding to those of The Cure and U2. Great music to have on fall morning car rides, mellow nights at home studying, and as background music at a party. For Djs it can be good music for having in the background while talking or having mellow arty alternative/indie segments. [Read more…]

RHCP worth the wait

It’s been a while since the Southern California based funk, punk, rock, hip hop blues, reggae band The Red Hot Chili Peppers have released an album. 2006 saw The Pepper release Stadium Arcadium, a blues album, a greatest hits album, and other various compilation albums. Finally 2011 saw the return of the Peppers with their latest release “I’m with you”. A departure from some of their older album, IWY still holds strong in their discography. RHCP always has two constants Anthony Kiedis delivers hair raising vocals and lyrics and Flea always smacks that bass like Flyod Mayweather beats down his opponents in the ring. Just as a disclaimer I am fan of the Peppers, and I normally do not listen to the same album over and over. Usually I listen to a cd for a day and put it away for awhile. With this album, much like when Jay-z and Kanye West dropped “Watch The Throne”, I played it for days on end and could not stop listening to it. [Read more…]