I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight

U2
From the Album No Line On The Horizon
March 3, 2009 | Format: MP3

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  • Duration: 4:14 minutes
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  • ASIN: B001S6RA80
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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I have to say this is one of the many songs that will stay with me for a lifetime and hopefully be given a place in the hall of fame for this bands amazing musical ambiguity.
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By Amaranth on October 29, 2009
"I'll go crazy" is one of 2009's underrated singles. Somehow it's managed to get SOME radioplay on Top 40 pop radio,when it's stronger than the usual dreck that's churned out. "I'll go crazy" is U2 at its great,usual anthem rock style. It's a powerful ballad that draws you in,and reminds you why U2 is great in the first place. Bono manages to seamlessly blend together spirituality and sensuality,inspiring and ecstatic. Along with great musicianship,there's some studio magic from Steve Lillywhite and Brian Eno.

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There is no question about the long-lasting appeal that U2 has maintained over the years. Their appeal in songs has not lost its shine for over 30 years together for Bono, The Edge, Larry and Adam, That is something you honestly cannot seem to find from a lot of artists these days. Well, with the appeal of No Line On The Horizon, U2 has still showcased a feeling that has remained true to their souls. That is the case with their latest single, I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight, the 3rd single from No Lone On the Horizon. the song stays absolutely true as a standard for hard core U2 fans all over, which was recently featured for Blackberry ads. I like this song quite a bit. While it isn't a complete definitive as was the case with Magnificent or Get On your Boots, it still is a better song than all those wannabe artists that are overplayed like Rihanna and Jordin Sparks. I like the song, but I hope U2's next single can be even better.

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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DaBrandoChipper on September 23, 2009
And there are several reasons why:

1) The overcompression is rampant in the mixing resulting in horrible distortion at several points.

2) The pseudo falsetto notes Bono attempts to hit at two different points in the song ("she says I'll go crazy if I dont go CRAZY TONIGHT" and "the sweetest melody is the one we HAVENT HEARD") sound awful. If you cant hit the notes, dont try.

3) The lyrics meander from riots to crying to spitting to sweet tooths to dating idiots. Does Bono have one of those balls filled with water containing a polyhedron where each side has a Bono-ism, he shakes it up, and whichever side come up is the line he uses? He used to write some gut wrenching and passionate lyrics. Not here. These lyrics are pointless and embarrassing.

4) The guitar riffs are so typical, it sounds manufactured. Those chiming guitars used to make my hair stand on end, but they've become a bit old. In the late 90's, Edge was getting sounds out of his amp that sounded very atypical for u2. Lately he seems content to play it way too safe.

Everybody though Get On Your Boots was the worst single from No Line. I have to disagree. This one is even worse.
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