- Performer:The Fall
- Title:A Past Gone Mad: The Best of 1990-2000
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,College Rock,Indie Rock
- Date of release:September 5, 2000
- Recording date:1990 - 2000
- Size FLAC version1393 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1426 megabytes
- Size WMA version1897 megabytes
- Formats:RA VOX AA MP1 MOD XM
The Best of 1990–2000 is the second greatest hits album by Irish rock band U2. It was released on 5 November 2002 through Island Records, except in the United States where the album was released on the Interscope label as a single-disc CD compilation. The Best of 1990–2000 & B-Sides was released on the same day with a second disc featuring 14 of the B-sides released between 1990 and 2000 and a bonus DVD with a trailer for the album and three other segments.
A Past Gone Mad. The Fall. A World Bewitched Best of 1990-2000 Vol. 1. 2.
The Best Of 1990-2000 04 ноября, 2002 1. Even Better Than The Real Thing Lyrics. Mysterious Ways Lyrics. The second volume of U2's Best of Collection, covering the years 1990-2000, was released on November 4th, 2002. In addition, four songs, Discotheque, Gone, Numb and Staring At The Sun were substantially reworked by producer Mike Hedges. Release Date: 04 ноября, 2002. Produced By: Multiple.
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The song 'A Past Gone Mad' by The Fall has a tempo of 136 beats per minute (BPM) on 'The Infotainment Scan'. Video A Past Gone Mad. Robert Allen. 2,1 тыс. подписчиков. The Fall - A Past Gone Mad. Поделиться.
So, all the Pop material ("Gone," "Discotheque," "Staring at the Sun") is given new mixes, as is "Numb," none improvements and all undermining the actual career arc of U2 in the '90s. Then, these mixes, new songs, and hits are thrown out seemingly at random, with no regard for either chronology or musical momentum
So, over the past few months, the current Pitchfork staff convened to tabulate their revised individual lists, with the ultimate goal of presenting an updated list of 1990s records that have remained essential into the first part of the new decade. A big surprise for me was just how different this new list is from the old one, and how many more albums we all felt deserved inclusion that, unfortunately, a list of only 100 records could not encompass. Even in the blacklit genre of trip-hop, nothing hit the low register like the pulses of the brooding "Angel" or the choked-out, smoked-out vocals on "Risingson".
CreditsKarl Burns - Composer
David Bush - Composer
Bernard Edwards - Composer
The Fall - Primary Artist
Steve Hanley - Composer
Tom Head - Composer
S. Hitchcock - Composer
John Lennard - Executive Producer
Julia Nagle - Composer
Nile Rodgers - Composer
Craig Scanlon - Composer
Mark E. Smith - Composer
Simon Wolstencroft - Composer
|1||The CD in Your Hand||The Fall||0:45|
|2||Touch Sensitive S. Hitchcock / Julia Nagle / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:17|
|3||High Tension Line Steve Hanley / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:50|
|4||Rose Craig Scanlon / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:23|
|5||The Birmingham School of Business School David Bush / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||6:48|
|6||Free Range Mark E. Smith / Simon Wolstencroft||The Fall||4:00|
|7||Lost in Music Bernard Edwards / Nile Rodgers||The Fall||3:52|
|8||I'm Going to Spain||The Fall||3:30|
|9||It's a Curse Craig Scanlon / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||5:22|
|10||A Past Gone Mad Mark E. Smith / Simon Wolstencroft||The Fall||4:21|
|11||Behind the Counter Karl Burns / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:12|
|12||Hey Student Steve Hanley / Craig Scanlon / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||4:31|
|13||Ten Houses of Eve Julia Nagle / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:40|
|14||F-' Oldin' Money||The Fall||2:48|
|15||Shake Off Tom Head / S. Hitchcock / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:07|
|16||(Jung Nev's) Antidotes S. Hitchcock / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||3:04|
|17||Bonkers in Phoenix Mark E. Smith||The Fall||6:04|
|18||Bill Is Dead Craig Scanlon / Mark E. Smith||The Fall||4:32|