" I WENT OUT WALKING THROUGH STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD " 
BEST OF 1990 - 2000 & B SIDES
 
LINER NOTES A-SIDES:
Even Better Than the Real Thing: Produced by Steve Lillywhite with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. Engineered by Paul Barrett and Robbie Adams. Assisted by Sean Leonard. 
Mysterious Ways: Produced by Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno. Engineered by Flood. Additional engineering by Robbie Adams. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Mixed by Flood, The Edge and Daniel Lanois. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Additional percussion by Daniel Lanois. 
Beautiful Day: Produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno. Engineered by Richard Rainey. Assisted by Chris Heaney. Additional production by Steve Lillywhite. Mixed by Steve Lillywhite. Additional engineering by Tim Palmer and Stephen Harris. Synthesizers / programming by Brian Eno. Backing vocals by The Edge and Daniel Lanois. 
Electrical Storm (William Orbit Mix): Produced and mixed by William Orbit. Engineered by Carl Glanville. Assisted by Chris Heaney. Mix engineering by Jake Davies, Iain Roberton. Additional keyboards: William Orbit. Pro-Tools programming by Iain Roberton, Jake Davies. Recorded at HQ, Dublin, The Leonard Hotel, London and Nice, France. 
One: Produced by Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno. Engineered by Flood. Additional engineering by Robbie Adams. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Mixed by Flood. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Additional keyboards by Brian Eno. Additional Guitar by Daniel Lanois. 
Miss Sarajevo: Written and produced by U2 and Brian Eno. Featuring Luciano Pavarotti. Engineered by Danton Supple. Assisted by Rob Kirwan. Additional engineering by Ruadhri Cushnan. Mixed by Jeremy Wheatley. String arrangement by Craig Armstrong. 
Stay: Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and the Edge. Mixed by Flood. Assisted by Rob Kirwan. Engineered by Flood and Robbie Adams. Assisted by Willie Mannion and Rob Kirwan.
Stuck in a Moment: Produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno. Engineered by Richard Rainey. Assisted by Chris Heaney. Mixed by Tim Palmer in Scream Studios, Los Angeles. Assisted by Jay Goin. Synthesizers by Brian Eno and Bono. Additional guitar by Daniel Lanois. Brass: Paul Barrett.
Gone (New Mix): Produced by Flood. Recorded by Mark "Spike" Stent and Howie B. Assisted by Rob Kirwan. Additional production by Mike Hedges for 3kHz. Engineered by Carl Glanville. Mixed by Mike Hedges and Carl Glanville. Assistant engineer and Pro-Tools operator: Matthieu Clouard. Programming by Ben Hillier.
Until the End of the World: Produced by Daniel Lanois with Brian Eno. Engineered by Flood. Additional engineering by Robbie Adams. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Mixed by Flood and Daniel Lanois. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Additional percussion by Daniel Lanois.
The Hands that Built America: Produced by William Orbit. Engineered by Carl Glanville. Assisted by Chris Heaney. Mixed by William Orbit at the Leonard Hotel, London. Additional keyboards by William Orbit. Pro-Tools programming by Iain Roberton, Jake Davies and Rico Conning. String arrangement by The Edge. String conductor: Daragh O'Toole. Strings by Katie O'Connor, Rosie Nic Athlaioch, Emer O'Grady, Una O'Kane. Recorded at HQ, Dublin and Nice, France.
Discotheque (New Mix): Produced by Flood. Recorded by Mark "Spike" Stent and Howie B. Assisted by Rob Kirwan and Fernio Hernandez. Additional production by Mike Hedges for 3kHz. Mixed by Mike Hedges. Engineered by: Ger MacDonald. Assistant engineer and Pro-Tools operator: Matthieu Clouard. Inspirational decks and loops by Howie B. Contains a sample from "Fane" performed by Freeform and written by SImon Pike. Coutesy of Skam Records.
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me: Produced by Nelle Hooper, Bono and the Edge. Engineered by Robbie Adams and Flood. Mix Engineer: Mark "Spike" Stent. Programming and keyboards by Marius De Vries. Assisted by Paul "PW" Walton. String arrangement by Craig Armstrong.
Staring at the Sun (New Mix): Produced by Flood. Additional production by Steve Osbourne. Recorded by Mark "Spike" Stent and Howie B. Assisted by Rob Kirwan. Additional production by Mike Hedges for 3kHz. Mixed by Mike Hedges and Carl Glanville. Additional engineer & Pro-Tools operator: Matthiew Clouard. Programming by Ben Hillier. Keyboards by Steve Osbourne.
Numb (New Mix): Produced by Flood, Brian Eno and the Edge. Engineered by Flood and Robbie Adams. Assisted by Willie Mannion and Rob Kirwan. Originally recorded with Daniel Lanois. Mixed by Mike Hedges for 3 kHz. Engineered by Carl Glanville. Assitant engineer and Pro-Tools operator: Matthieu Clouard. Backing vocals by Bono and Larry. Additional synthesizers by Brian Eno. Arcade sounds by Brian Eno.
The First Time: Produced by Flood, Brian Eno and The Edge. Mixed by Flood. Assisted by Willie Mannion. Engineered by Robbie Adams. Piano and harmonium by Brian Eno.
LINER NOTES B-SIDES:
Lady With the Spinning Head (Extended Dance Mix): Producer: Paul Barrett. Recorded by Ian Bryan. Remixed by Alan Moulder.
Dirty Day (Junk Day Mix): Produced by Flood, Brian Eno and The Edge. Recorded and mixed by Flood and Robbie Adams. Additional production and remix by Butch Vig and Duke Erikson at Smart Studios, Madison, WI. Cello: Mary Gaines. Synthesizers on "Father to Son" by Brian Eno.
Summer Rain: Produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno. Engineered and mixed by Richard Rainey. Assisted by Chris Heaney. 
Electrical Storm (Band Version): Produced by William Orbit. Engineered and mixed by Chris Heaney. Additional engineering by Jake Davies, Iain Roberton. Additional keyboards by William Orbit. Protools and programming by Iain Roberton and Jake Davies.
North and South of the River: Produced by Flood. Recorded by Mark "Spike" Stent and Rob Kirwan. Mixed by Rob Kirwan.
Your Blue Room: Written and performed by U2 and Brian ENo. Engineered by Danton Supple. Assisted by Rob Kirwan.
Happiness is a Warm Gun (The Gun Mix): Produced by Flood. Engineered by Rob Kirwan. Remixed by Joe Chicarelli and John X.
Salome (Zooromancer Remix): Produced by Paul Barrett and U2. Engineered by Ian Bryan, Louise McCormick and Paul Barrett. Additional backing vocals by Ian Bryan and Paul Barrett. Remixed by Pete Heller and Terry Farley for Boys Own Productions. Remix engineer: Gary Wilkinson.
Even Better than the Real Thing (The Perfecto Mix): Produced by Steve Lillywhite with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. Engineered by Paul Barrett and Robbie Adams. Remixed by Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osbourne.
Numb (Gimme Some More Dignity Mix): Produced by Flood, Brian Eno and The Edge.  Engineered by Flood and Robbie Adams. Assisted by Willie Mannion and Rob Kirwan. Originally recorded with Daniel Lanois. Additional synthesizers by Brian Eno. Arcade sounds by Brian Eno. Remixed by Rollo and Rob D.
Mysterious Ways (Solar Plexus Club Mix): Produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno. Engineered by Flood. Additional engineering by Robbie Adams. Assisted by Shannon Strong. Additional percussion by Daniel Lanois. Additional production and remix by Howard Gray, Trevor Gray, Steve Lillywhite.
If God Will Send His Angels (Big Yam Mix): Produced by Flood and Howie B. Recorded by Mark "Spike" Stent and Howie B. Assited by Rob Kirwan and Conal Markey. Remix and additional production by Gerald Baillergeau AKA Big Yam and Victor Merritt AKA Vino for Grand Jury Productions.
Lemon (Jeep Mix): Produced by Flood, Brian Eno, and the Edge. Engineered by Flood and Robbie Adams. Assisted by Willie Mannion and Rob Kirwan. Backing vocals The Edge & Brian Eno. Synthesizers: Brian Eno. Strings arranged and performed by Brian Eno. Remix and additional production by Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osbourne.
Discotheque (Hexidecimal Mix): Produced by Flood. Recorded by Mark "Spike" Stent and Howie B. Assisted by Rob Kirwan and Fernio Hernandez. Inspirational decks and loops by Howie B. Remixed by Steve Osborne for 140db. Remix engineer and programmer: Ben Hillier.
LINER NOTES DVD:
The History Mix: Director: Maurice Linnane. Producer: Ned O'Hanlon. Editor: Brian McCue.
U2 The Best of 1990 - 2000 DVD Trailer: Director: Maurice Linnane. Producer: Ned O'Hanlon. Editor: Jim Duggan.
Please (Live Mural Cut): FIlmed in Helsinki, 9th August, 1997. Director: Maurice Linnane. Producer: Ned O'Hanlon. Editor: Brian McCue.
Beautiful Day (Eze Version): Producer: Ned O'Hanlon. Camera: James Mather, Joe Edwards. Editor: Brian McCue.
OTHER CD NOTES:
Bono: Vocals and guitar. The Edge: Guitar, keyboards and Vocals. Adam Clayton: Bass guitar. Larry Mullen: Drums and Percussion. Paul McGuinness: Manager, Principle Management Dublin and New York.  Album Production Manager: Sheila Roche. Album Production Assistants: Candida Boottaci, Aislinn Meehan and Sally-Anne McKeown. Studio Manager: Sam O'Sullivan. Drum Tech: Sam O'Sullivan. Guitar Tech: Dallas Schoo. Studio Tech: Rab McAllister.  Audio Post Production by Cheryl Engels at Partial Productions Inc. All tracks have been digitally remastered from original master tapes where possible by Arnie Acosta at the Mastering Lab, Los Angeles. Digital Editing by Pat Sullivan at Bernie Grundman.

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 All That You Can't Leave Behind (2000) Best of 1990 - 2000 (2002)
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