Fix the description iTunes !!!
I wanted to buy the vocal version of it. But in one of the songs it doesn't completely says which one is vocal and which one is just music. I bought both !!! :/
The remixes are awsome great deal and the booklet is super cool(the pictures)
Screw the remixes. U2 are not LCD Soundsystem. You mean from all those months upon months of recording they couldn't squeeze out a measly b-side? U2 used to be known for their amazing b-sides(Silver & Gold, etc). This is a waste. And I love dance/ house, you name it. But give me something new you lazy beatches.
Love This Song They Should Remix More Of There Songs Into Dance!
See it LIVE
See it LIVE then see what you think.
It catches the audience off guard and then they go crazy! The whole package at the concert-audio/video-is impressive and it will bring you here, i-Tunes, like it did me to buy it.
GO SEE IT LIVE!
A new appreciation
I wasn't a big fan of the original version on the "No Line..." album, but hearing the dance mix done live gave me a whole new appreciation for the music. I couldn't wait to purchase this after the Phoenix/Glendale concert. A remix that's progressive, yet reminds me of the "Pop" genre. Great stuff!
By Remix Enthusiast
This is not a bad collection of remixes. I have always loved the fact that U2 has released dance remixes for their singles from way back. Their songs have also been covered by dance singers and producers. David Cole & Robert Clivillés (C&C Music Factory) made a nice cover of "Pride (In the Name of Love)". Pet Shop Boys made a nice cover/re-interpretation of "Where the Streets Have No Name".
U2 has a small legion of fans who have always loved their dance remixes. Personally, I like the trancey (word?) vibe of the Dirty South Full Mix of this song.
I also recommend these remixes of U2's other songs:
Beautiful Day (Quince & Sonance Remix)
Even Better Than The Real Thing (Paul Oakenfold & Steve Osbourne 12" Mix)
Discotheque (DM Deep Club Mix) (remixed by David Morales)
Discotheque (Hexidecimal Remix) (remixed by Howie B)
Magnificent (Dave Aude Club Mix)
Magnificent (Adam K & Soha Club Mix)
Mysterious Ways (Apollo 440's Tabla Motown Club Mix)
Mysterious Ways (Manifesto Remix)
I support U2 and any other mainstream group or artist who allows their songs to be remixed. This is not a new trend. It's suddenly become popular, somehow. I've been listening to dance mixes since 1985. After 25 years, I still love them (from Dirty South and Redanka remixing U2, all the way back to Giorgio Moroder and Shep Pettibone remixing Donna Summer and Madonna). Every good dance remix like these are priceless collector's items.
I love U2 - I love their old stuff and I love the new stuff. I am not one to like remix versions though so I was worried when I heard they were playing "I'll Go Crazy" as a remix on tour. But then I heard the remix live at Fedex field and I changed my mind. The place went NUTS - all 4 band members were out on the walkways and bridges and the song brought the fans to their feet. What a memorable moment - U2 always amazes me with how they make the fans feel like part of the show and the remix just made it that much better! If you have not seen U2 live do yourself a favor and go to a 360 show...you won't be disappointed.
Once again U2 has out done themselves. I just came back from the Sept 24th show at Giants Stadium. Totally Amazing....85,000 people all together for the same purpose. This is the closest thing to the live version, and still freakin' awesome!!!!!!!!!Phredd
Great remixes of a great song.
I was at Giants Stadium in NY/NJ on Weds and this song (REMIX) was the absolute highlight of the show. I found it completely captivating in a live consequence and the Middle Eastern visuals accompanying it were stunning.
The "Redankas" version is apparently the one they're using on tour.
If you like the song in it's original format - try at least that one remix.