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Songs of Innocence

Songs of Innocence by U2 buy album

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Label: Island Records
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

The Miracle (of Joey Ramone), Every Breaking Wave, California (There Is No End to Love), Song for Someone, Iris (Hold Me Close), Volcano, Raised by Wolves, Cedarwood Road, Sleep Like a Baby Tonight, This Is Where You Can Reach Me Now, The Troubles.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Bono: lead vocals, keyboards, guitar, dulcimer; The Edge: guitar, backing vocals, keyboards, programming; Adam Clayton: bass guitar, keyboards; Larry Mullen, Jr.: drums, percussion, backing vocals; Additional musicians Brian Burton: keyboards (tracks 1–2, 7–11), programming (track 7), additional percussion (track 10), choral arrangement (track 6); Ryan Tedder: keyboards (tracks 1–2, 4–5), programming (track 1), acoustic guitar (track 1); Paul Epworth: keyboards (tracks 1, 3, 8), programming (track 1), additional percussion (track 1), claps (track 6), slide guitar (track 8); Flood: keyboards (track 4); Declan Gaffney – acoustic guitar (tracks 1, 6), keyboards (tracks 2–8, 10–11), programming (tracks 3, 7, 9), backing vocals (tracks 3, 10), claps (track 6), additional percussion (track 7), vocal effects (track 7); Lykke Li – vocals (track 11); "Classy" Joe Visciano:claps (track 6), backing vocals (track 10); Leo Pearson – keyboards (track 9); Caroline Dale – cello (track 11), string arrangement (track 11); Natalia Bonner: violin (track 11); Greg Clark: choir (tracks 1, 6); Carlos Ricketts: choir (tracks 1, 6; Tabitha Fair: choir (tracks 1, 6); Kim Hill: choir (tracks 1, 6); Quiona McCollum: choir (tracks 1, 6); Nicki Richards: choir (tracks 1, 6); Everett Bradley: choir (tracks 1, 6); Bobby Harden : choir (tracks 1, 6); Ada Dyer: choir (tracks 1, 6).


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