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U2 - Autumn Fire - The Homecoming album

U2 - Autumn Fire - The Homecoming album
Performer: U2
Title: Autumn Fire - The Homecoming
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Alternative Rock, Post-Punk, Pop Rock
Released: 1987
MP3 album szie: 1640 mb
FLAC album size: 1230 mb

The album kicks off with the spiritual and uplifting track 'A Sort Of Homecoming' and it's fairly obvious from the start this is a departure in sound, if not style, from the bands three previous Steve Lillywhite produced efforts. Gone are the loud, brash guitars and thundering drums that have kicked off U2 albums previous and in their place are what sound like loosely pieced together soundscapes and sonic noodling

The 2009 release of The Unforgettable Fire also includes one of these newly finished songs. On this one the vocal is not 100% new, but new vocals have been recorded for the song, keyboards have been added by Declan Gaffney, as well as additional piano by The Edge. The song is a meld of music and some backing vocals from 1984 and newly recorded vocals and instrumentation done in 2009. AUDIO: U2’s Disappearing Act. When revisiting that album in early 2009, U2 found the song, dusted it off, and used an instrumental version of the song to open the 2010 shows of the U2360 tour. They would return to develop the song in studio, and it would eventually become Lucifer’s Hands, released as an extra song on 2014’s Songs of Innocence - that’s one long time between starting a song and releasing it.

Homecoming is the second studio album by America, released on November 15, 1972 through Warner Bros. Acoustic guitar-based, with a more pronounced electric guitar and keyboard section than their first album, their second effort helped continue the band's success, and includes one of their best known hits, "Ventura Highway. Homecoming peaked at number 9 on Billboard's Pop Albums Chart and was certified platinum by the RIAA

October is the second studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was released on 12 October 1981 by Island Records, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite. The album was lyrically inspired by the memberships of Bono, the Edge, and Larry Mullen Jr. in a Christian group called the "Shalom Fellowship", and consequently it contains spiritual and religious themes


A1 Where The Streets Have No Name
A2 I Will Follow
A3 I Still Have't Found What I'm Looking For
A4 Gloria
A5 A Sort Of Homecoming
B1 The Unforgettable Fire
B2 Sunday Bloody Sunday
B3 Exit
B4 In God's Country
B5 Electric Co
B6 People Get Ready
B7 Help
C1 Bad
C2 Spring Hill Mining Disaster
C3 New Year's Day
C4 Pride
C5 Bullet The Blue Sky
D1 Running To Stand Still
D2 With Or Without You
D3 Party Girl
D4 ''40''


  • Bass – Adam Clayton
  • Drums – Larry Mullen
  • Guitar – Dave Evans
  • Vocals – Lou Reed (tracks: D5), Paul Hewson


26th of June 1987 Croke Park,Dublin, 50 000 people

At The Encore BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN appears.

Brown labels

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7481 U2 Autumn Fire - The Homecoming ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Amazing Stork Records 7481 1987