“October” is a hidden song by U2 from their album The Best Of 1980-1990.
“October” originally appeared as the title track on U2’s second studio album, released in 1981. The song reflects the band’s early years and their exploration of themes related to faith and spirituality. It is a significant song in U2’s discography as it reflects the band’s deepening exploration of spiritual and personal themes, which would continue to be a prominent aspect of their music in the years to come.
About The Best Of 1980-1990
The Best Of 1980-1990 is a compilation album by the Irish rock band U2, released in 1998. It spans the first decade of U2’s career and features some of their most iconic songs from the 1980s.
This collection includes classics like “Pride (In the Name of Love),” “With or Without You,” and “Where the Streets Have No Name,” all of which helped define U2’s signature sound characterized by Bono’s emotive vocals and The Edge’s distinctive guitar work.
The Best Of 1980-1990 serves as a fantastic introduction to U2’s early work and the evolution of their music during that era. It remains a celebrated compilation for both longtime fans and newcomers to the band’s discography, encapsulating their significant impact on rock music during this period.
How to find “October”
On CD: Begins at 7:31 of track #14 (“All I Want Is You”)
Listen to “October”
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