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Download U2 - Desire Flac Performer: U2
Title: Desire
Style: Pop Rock
Label: Island Records
# Cat: IS 400
Released: 1988
Country: UK
FLAC album: 1695 mb
MP3 album: 2454 mb
Rating: 4.2
Genre: Rock


1Hallelujah Here She Comes
Mixed By, Engineer – Dave Tickle, Mark DeSistoProducer – Jimmy IovineWritten-By – U2
Mixed By – Shelly YakusProducer – Jimmy IovineWritten-By – U2


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ISG 400, IS 400U2 Desire ‎(7", Single, Gat)Island Records, Island RecordsISG 400, IS 400UK1988
ISXK 7400U2 Desire ‎(Cass, Single)Island RecordsISXK 7400Italy1988
661 670U2 Desire ‎(CD, Single, RP, PMD)Island Records661 670GermanyUnknown
Island 90194U2 Desire ‎(12", Single, Promo)Island RecordsIsland 90194Venezuela1988
noneU2 Desire ‎(7", Single, TP, W/Lbl, Red)Not On LabelnoneAustralia & New Zealand1988


Palm-tree paper labels with rainbow rim
℗1988 Island Records Ltd.


  • Published By – Blue Mountain Music Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.



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