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U2Audio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (407 customer reviews)

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U2 formed in 1978 after Larry Mullen pinned a 'musicians wanted' ad to the notice board at Dublin's Temple Mount School. Adam Clayton had discovered rock'n'roll as a thirteen year old, buying his first acoustic guitar and then talking his parents into buying him a bass guitar. 'It just sounded good to me. Deep and fat and satisfying.'

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  • Audio CD (March 4, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: March 4, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B000001EAQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (407 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,970 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Get one thing straight: Techno is merely the fairy dust sprinkled atop another massive, brilliantly conceived slab of dense, drug-like rock & roll from the only band this side of the Smashing Pumpkins who could pull off such a feat. Mainstream audiences are desperate for something fresh yet familiar, and this Warholian treatise on the plasticity of pop culture expertly mixes new sonic colors with the band's signature art-rock genius. "Discotheque" is an exhilarating opener, "Staring at the Sun" is their answer to relative upstarts Oasis's hit "Wonderwall," and "If God Will Send His Angels" has the makings of a crossover anthem. This is U2 in peak unit-shifting form. --Jeff Bateman

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107 of 119 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An overlooked masterpiece December 17, 2004
Format:Audio CD
Pop is definitely one of the top 3 U2 CDs for me. I was stunned when it was panned so harshly when it came out. I was revelling in the sound of the CD. NONE of the music is techno, not even mofo. For real techno music, find some Plaid or Orbital. Mofo has some industrial leanings, but it's basically a driving, rhythmic track which bursts with emotion. It is electronic in nature, but IMO, that doesn't make it techno.

This CD has what I consider to be the BEST U2 single ever, "If God Would Send His Angels". The remixed version on the single is a bit better than this album version, but the album version is no slouch.

Then you have Please with that glorious bassline and ominous sound and, what I think is hilarious, "The Playboy Mansion" which hauled out all the topical cheesy American society issues at that time.

There are some of U2's best melodies on this CD too--very very melodic CD including aforementioned "If God Will Send His Angels", "Please", and "Do You Feel Loved". This CD IS NOT EXPERIMENTAL. It is a good artistic statement by U2, but it is VERY listenable and deep nonetheless.

From the starting, accessible, track of Discoteque, on to "Do You Feel Loved", which is a real jam, through the closer of "Wake Up Dead Man", this is a GREAT POP/ROCK CD that was horribly and wrongly maligned for years. This CD is excellent.
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53 of 59 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Horibly Underated March 24, 2004
By GN4|V|
Format:Audio CD
Most people write this album off as "U2 trying to be a techno band." This is a stupid statement, and if people saw beyond the marketing image of the album and listened to the actual music, they would realise that there is only one song that would really be called techno; track #3, "Mofo", and through the rest of the album it is really just rock with some electronic overlays for effect. Immediately after "Discoteque" and "Mofo", "Staring at the Sun" makes thing undeniably 'rock' and no one in their right mind would call it techno. Then it moves on to "If God Will Send His Angels", which is a new spin on their former more folk oriented style, and then as the album progresses it becomes gradually darker and more downbeat, from the agressive "Miami" to the melancholy "If You Wear That Velvet Dress" and the forlorn "Wake Up Dead Man".
U2 had allready been using electronic elements in their music for years before "Pop", with albums like "Zooropa" and "Actung Baby". Producers like Flood and Brian Eno had helped them use these elements to give the music a more dramatic and intense edge, and in my opinion, it was really evolving U2's music and took it beyond the level of the feel good, folky, arena rock pop songs U2 became famous for in the late 80's, to make something more emotional and complex. This improvement really showed in Achtung Baby, and in Pop they pushed it further and created what I think is the album with the most emotional range and dramatic punch of U2's career.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a masterpiece is Pop now !!!!! December 31, 2004
Format:Audio CD
After all that HTDAAB hype and the dissapointing, commercial and boring outcome, this album Pop is an awesome masterpiece.

Without a doubt, the most underrated ( even wrongly by the band !! ) U2 album ever. I'm 27 so I remember perfectly well those years. Pop, unlike what seems to be now, was acclaimed by all people, including U2 themselves. It's weird the fact that, having sold more than 9 million copies, having performed their most succesfully tour ever, Pop Mart ( even bigger than the famous Zoo TV ), etc, the band finally have decide to play safe and innocent music just for the charts, grammy and money. I still don't understand why they decided to sell out to that commercial world, by making safe, unexperimental and predictable albums like ATYCLB and HTDAAB.

Just Mofo alone is far better than anything both from ATYCLB and HTDAAB. U2 had many things to say, unlike what's happening now. Please is one of the truly best ever U2 songs, as well Staring At The Sun, Gone, Discotheque, etc. Don't listen to "new mixes" from the failed Best of 1990-2000, listen to original versions instead !!.

If you want to listen to the exciting and fresh U2, listen to these 90's albums.

Pop is the longest U2 album, and clearly one of the truly best, because IT'S AN ALBUM, not 11 songs for grammy awards, like ATYCLB and HTDAAB are. It's very dark, deep, different, etc, not the 2000 U2, a band who's just copying themselves trying to sound like "classic" 80's times.

You won't find any U2 album like Pop, because Pop doesn't sound like Zooropa, nor Achtung Baby, etc ( unlike HTDAAB, which clearly sounds like ATYCLB ) Pop itself is a whole new U2 era.

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81 of 97 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars pop goes the U2 - and all of our expectations December 5, 2004
Format:Audio CD
I have heard people say that U2's peak extended from the Unforgettable Fire through the Joshua Tree to Achtung Baby (skipping over the grossly under-rated Rattle and Hum). But I am of a mind to believe that U2 hit a second peak, a trilogy of albums, from Achtung Baby through Zooropa to close with Pop.

Pop is the dirty uncle of the trilogy - the kind of relative the family would like to lock up and shut into a back room. Pop is the most difficult of all of U2's albumns - it is an album that sounds and feels like shattered glass, and its lyrical themes are unpleasant, revealing, and made of the kind of stuff we either want to flush down the toilet or paste on our locker doors as a kind of grotesque centerfold.

When U2 crafted Achtung Baby they entered onto a project and a journey that would take them into places that they would not have otherwise dreamed of. Leaving the Joshua Tree behind they submerged themselves in the dirt and mud and grit of humanity. The albumn Pop is the very bottom of that immersion in humanity.

It is broken and cold and sick. It is also hot and crazy and distrastously tinged with something that only seems like hope. The songs on this album stretch from the sublime to the grotesque and back again through the slimey or the desperate. On this albumn, Pop, the members of the band did something in sound and vision that was infinitely ahead of their time. But the sad news is that the times show no signs of trying to catch up. The whole Zoo-olgy is Christlike in the sense that U2 is willingly to drink from that ultimate cup the poor man from Nazareth drank from.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Their best album
The best lyrics Bono has ever written
The most adventurous production and mixing of U2's career
The Edge's most inventive and original guitar work

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Published 2 days ago by Paul P
5.0 out of 5 stars Do You Feel POP
I think U2's "POP" is an incredibly underrated album. It was made before Techno, and Dance music became mainstream. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Scott Mittleman
5.0 out of 5 stars what's wrong with this album?
so there are a lot of fans that say this album is u2's worst. even the band confessed to not being entirely pleased with how it turned out. Read more
Published 6 months ago by iammaudy
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved by critics,hated by the fans!
I remember when they first released the single "Discotheque". Instead of being turned off by it,i liked it a lot. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Scorpio
5.0 out of 5 stars Bashed Masterpiece
When U2 was at their creative peak, the 1990's, they created new sounds/ depth, in Achtung Baby, Zooropa, Passengers, and Pop. The last two being their boldest. Read more
Published 11 months ago by O
3.0 out of 5 stars bono
i am a fan of this group from the 1st recording. i have most of there music so i put this with the other ones i have. it is a good but not great c-d. Read more
Published 15 months ago by G. ferguson
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Seller, Broken Product
CD and Cover Book like new but Jewel Case broken beyond repair in several places. It was listed as "Used" however. Packaging and S/H Excellent.
Published 16 months ago by jrstott
5.0 out of 5 stars Japanese edition has extra track - Holy Joe (Guilty Mix)
Excellent album and even better if you can find the Japanese version. In Japan at the time POP was released, an extra track was added to CDs to make them a more desirable purchase... Read more
Published 16 months ago by Alan B. Bernier
5.0 out of 5 stars There's Heat in the Sun to See Us Through the Rain...
"It starts out with a party and ends with a funeral." This is the way Bono once described Pop, U2's ninth album. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Lunar Boulevard
5.0 out of 5 stars I love this album!
It is a great album and it is different to the others they have done. It is extremely under rated!
Published 18 months ago by CF
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