U2 ‎– Sunday Bloody Sunday (European 12″)


I’m back and it is Sunday (Bloody Sunday…..as a return to work looms!!!) Loads of re-ups to address, just been sorting through my Spam Box and sorting out the Bots from the Humans. Thanks for checking back and still visiting South Africa was amazing but a very distinct land of the haves and have not.

Anyway, 2020 is going to be an another great year!

This was a European reissue from 1985, the title track was released in 1983! Backed by a couple of US remixes by John Potoker and Francois Kevorkian of previous , earlier tracks making it an attractive package for new and old fans.

“New Years Day” is a quite a rework, plenty of additional Edge guitar work. Still haunting but very different from the normal version. Wow!!!

“Two Hearts Beat As One” is a personal favourite by the band, the bass is given more umph in the mix. I liked their early sound much more.



Island Records ‎– 600 820 SAM_4647

A Sunday Bloody Sunday 4:38
B1 Two Hearts Beat As One (Club Mix) 5:40
B2 New Year’s Day (US Remix) 4:30


4 thoughts on “U2 ‎– Sunday Bloody Sunday (European 12″)”

    1. No the itinerary was wrong. Flights and stopovers, a continual flight would be 13 hours. But we had Business class so lounges and seat room. Came back with 5 bits, 3 from Brussels and 2 from Franschhoek. You can’t stop me 😃

      1. Fantastic, where there is a will there is a way. Yeah I think stop overs tend to reduce the price of travel. It can be annoying time wise, at least you get to your destination.

        So I assisted some of your blog followers with some requests. Tried using zippy as I like zippy but the zipping part of the file never completed with the link.

        Anyway more hosts are needed.
        You have 80’s, leftover 90 (More Coming), also the big Aussie batch I recently sent you pluscall your stuff. So plenty to attend to when your able to find time.
        Once again fly low, avoid the radar and make this year a good blog year let’s hope🤞👍😀

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