" I WENT OUT WALKING THROUGH STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD " 
PRIDE

Version I
 Commercial Release 1999
 Artist Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
 Record Label Music Club Records
 TRACKLISTING (Click for Lyrics)
  • Pride (In the Name of Love) (5:42)
  • Even Better than the Real Thing (4:58)
  • Desire (4:02)
  • Sunday Bloody Sunday (6:19)
  • I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For (5:37)
  • One (5:03)
  • Angel of Harlem (4:16)
  • When Love Comes to Town (4:29)
  • New Year's Day (4:55)
  • Two Hearts Beat as One (4:53)
  • Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses (6:44)
  • All I Want is You (5:00)
LINER NOTES
Liner notes consist of an essay about U2 by Dave Thompson.

Orchestra: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.  Executive Producer: Michael Infante. Producer / Arranger: Mike Townend / Gill Townend. Musical Director: Nick Davies. Balance Engineer: Dick Lewzy. Editor: Matt Diley. Production House: Aire Music & Media UK. Recorded at CTS Studios, London, May 1998.

OTHER NOTES
A purely instrumental version of some of U2's classic songs.  They actually translate pretty good to this form, unfortunately there is a tendancy to replace Bono's vocals with a horn section which comes off as a bit cheesy at times.  I personally feel it would have been better had this just been left out of the tracks.  There is a gorgeous version of Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses on this recording.  The cover art is a clever take off of the Rattle and Hum cover art.
CATALOG INFORMATION
 5" CD:
Country: USA
Label: Music Club Records
Catalog: 50096
UPC: 6 14475 00962 0
Package: Regular Jewel
Matrix: 171979-2C2-9068-A **MCI-CD-50096**
Track Listing:
As listed above.
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