Pop - U2



  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1997-03-03
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

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Title Artist Time
Discothèque U2 5:19
Do You Feel Loved U2 5:07
Mofo U2 5:49
If God Will Send His Angels U2 5:22
Staring at the Sun U2 4:36
Last Night on Earth U2 4:45
Gone U2 4:26
Miami U2 4:52
The Playboy Mansion U2 4:40
If You Wear That Velvet Dress U2 5:15
Please U2 5:02
Wake Up Dead Man U2 4:52


  • Under appreciated

    By Funkymonk81
    This is a dark album, much different than its title and artwork suggest. The lyrical content is so deep (if god will send his angels, please, wake up dead man). Haters, give it another listen. Listen to the words and pretend not to be moved, I dare you.
  • The last GREAT U2 album

    By That One Guy!
    Despite what some critics may say, POP was the LAST GREAT U2 album. It was the last album where they seemed to really be adventurous with their music. In 1997, it was a shock to U2 fans, because it was completely different from anything they had done before (aside from 1995's "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me"). I don't think a lot of people were ready for POP. Even U2 tried to "improve" some songs in the later singles versions and on 2002's "Best Of" album, but in my opinion, all those versions aren't as good as the original POP versions. Since after POP, U2 haven't been quite as daring with their music. They seem to spend too much time trying to make it perfect, which sometimes just makes it mediocre. POP was like 6 months behind schedule, and U2 still felt it was rushed and unfinished, but they had to release it in time for the concert tour. I'm glad they didn't have more time to tinker with it, because good things can get messed up if you tinker with them too long. It's great the way it is! Now it takes U2 4 or 5 years to put out a new album. That could just be becuse they're older now and have families of their own, which is more important, but I still wonder if they tinker around too much with their albums, trying to perfect them, and in the process making them mediocre. There are still some gems to be found among their 2000's albums though, but some of them are "out-takes" and you have to search for them.
  • Their Worst Album

    By Gabe2090
    By far the worst album they ever made. The only good song is Staring At The Sun. Doesn't come close to classics like Zooropa, The Joshua Tree, The Unforgettable Fire, War, etc.
  • Where's "Gone"?

    By Mike&ikeSLC
    The song is missing from the album