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Posted October 7, 2014
This is a review of simply the album, not the newer releases.
This is still one of my all time favorite albums! Not a bad song out there at all. I will listen to this CD from start to finish, or within the shuffle of my iTunes library. The songs all bring back wonderful memories of high school, and times spent with my high school sweetheart. Plus, U2 is an amazing band!
I cannot even begin to list which is my favorite song. Love Is Blindness and Mysterious Ways are two of the best, and they both still speak to me in ways that get my feet moving, and my heart racing, and my body swaying. At least half of the songs are amazing to drive down the highway with, speakers cranked high, wind in my hair. As I said, not a bad song on the CD.