" I WENT OUT WALKING THROUGH STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD " 
SELECTIONS FROM TIBETAN FREEDOM CONCERT (PROMO)

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 Release Date November 4, 1997
 Artist Various
 Record Label Grand Royal / Capitol Records
 Albums With U2 Tibetan Freedom Concert (1997)
 Commercial Releases None
 TRACKS FEATURING U2
U2 performs "One" live on June 7, 1997 in New York.
 TRACKLISTING (Click for Lyrics)
  • Om Mani Padme Hung - Yungchen Lhamo (3:08)
  • Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead (5:01)
  • Oh My God - A Tribe Called Quest (2:34)
  • One (Live, New York, June 7, 1997) - U2 (4:57)
  • The Bridge is Over / Black Cop / South Bronx Medley - KRS 1 (3:43)
  • Yellow Ledbetter - Eddie Vedder (5:44)
  • She Caught the Katy - Taj Mahal (3:42)
  • Electrolite - R.E.M.(5:18)
  • Hyper Ballad - Bjork (6:25)
  • The Harder they Come - Rancid (2:29)
  • Root Down - The Beastie Boys (4:12)
LINER NOTES
One: Written by Paul David Hewson / Adam Clayton / David Evans / Laurence Mullen. Bono: Vocals and Guitar. The Edge: Guitar and Vocal. Adam Clayton: Bass. Larry Mullen: Drums.
OTHER NOTES
This compilation is a shortened version of the three disc Tibetan Freedom Concert set which was commercially released. This disc was released for promotion of the three disc set at radio and in stores.
RELATED RELEASES
  • One has been released on several different albums and singles, both live and studio versions.  For a full list see the By Song Section (O).
CATALOG INFORMATION
 5" CD:
 USA Pressing, DPRO 7087 6 12802 2
Label: Grand Royal / Columbia Records
UPC: None
Package: Regular Jewel Case
Matix:
Catalog Information:
USA, Grand Royal / Columbia, DPRO 7087 6 12802 2
Track Listing:
As listed above.
Further Information:
Released only in the USA.
Other Images:
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