Best Albums Of The...

Zooropa (1993)

No votes yet
Alternative rock, Rock music, Industrial rock, Electronic music

Buy this album online:

Zooropa ( /zuːˈroʊpɑː/) is the eighth studio album by rock band U2. Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and The Edge, it was released on 5 July 1993 on Island Records. Inspired by the band's experiences on the Zoo TV Tour, Zooropa expanded on many of the tour's themes of technology and media oversaturation. The record continued the group's experimentation with alternative rock, electronic dance music, and electronic sound effects that began with their previous album, Achtung Baby, in 1991.
U2 began writing and recording for Zooropa in Dublin in February 1993, during a six-month break between legs of the Zoo TV Tour. The record was originally intended as an EP to promote the "Zooropa" leg of the tour that was to begin in May 1993, but during the sessions, the group decided to extend the record to a full-length LP. Pressed for time, U2 wrote and recorded at a rapid pace, with songs originating from many sources. The album was not completed in time for the tour's resumption, forcing the band to travel between Dublin and their tour destinations in May to complete mixing and recording.
Zooropa received generally favourable reviews from critics. Despite none of its three singles—"Numb",

Read more on Wikipedia


4:23 Numb (new mix)
4:58 Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
5:41 The Wanderer (feat. Johnny Cash) / [untitled]
5:20 Daddy's Gonna Pay for Your Crashed Car
5:24 Dirty Day
4:17 Some Days Are Better Than Others
6:58 Lemon
6:31 Zooropa
4:01 Babyface
3:42 The First Time
Number 1: Revolver -
The Beatles
Number 1: OK Computer -