New Year's Day" is a song by Irish rock band U2. It is the third track on their 1983 album War and was released as the album's lead single in January 1983. With lyrics written about the Polish Solidarity movement, "New Year's Day" is driven by Adam Clayton's distinctive bassline and the Edge's piano and guitar playing
New Year's Day. Исполнитель. U2. Авторы текста и музыки. Larry Mullen, David Howell Evans, Adam Clayton, Paul David Hewson, Bono.
All is quiet on New Year's Day. Все тихо в день Нового года, A world in white gets underway. I will be with you again.
New Year's Day Spring of '83. I remember sitting in geometry class, Mrs Olinger. I do not lie) the first song of theirs I ever heard almost 15? I think. Good memories at a difficult age in life.
New Year's Day is found on the album Rock's Hottest Ticket.
U2’s song "New Year’s Day," an instant pop hit of its time, has become a rock classic to be rolled out at the end of the year simply because of its festive name. But the true meaning behind the song remains elusive to many. The 1983 song was released as the lead single from the album "War. It was U2’s first international hit and altered their career's trajectory forever
We have an official New Years Day tab made by UG professional guitarists. Check out the tab . Backing track. U2 - "New Years Day" (WAR, 1983). This is in the album version) Dsus4 Esus4 e- A-. -8-8-10-10- D
New Year's Day," U2 The single from War marked the beginning of U2's storied Hot 100 discography, reaching No. 53 in 1983. It peaked at No. 2 on Mainstream Rock Songs. While its lyrics were inspired by Poland's political landscape, "My job is to find an image that sort of evokes the music," Bono has said. And, it was easy with 'New Year's Da. The piano notes on the song were icy, and Adam's bass line told you it's outdoors, not indoors. New Year's Eve," Snoop Dogg featuring Marty James.
New Years Day is an American rock band formed in Anaheim, California in 2005. Six years after their initial debut, Victim to Villain was finally released, shortly followed by Malevolence in 2015. Malevolence peaked at No. 45 on the Billboard 200, the band's highest charting thus far.
|A||Dia De Año Nuevo = New Year's Day||3:53|
|B||Rendirse = Surrender||4:25|
|WIP 6848||U2||New Year's Day (7", Single, 4 p)||Island Records||WIP 6848||UK||1983|
|WIP 6848||U2||New Year's Day (7", Single)||Island Records||WIP 6848||Sweden||1983|
|664 973||U2||New Year's Day (CD, Single, Blu)||Island Records||664 973||Germany, Austria, & Switzerland||Unknown|
|none||U2||New Years Dub 2000 (Ferry Corsten Remix) (CDr, Promo)||Island Records||none||UK||1999|
|600 741, 600.741||U2||New Year's Day (Long Version) (12", Fir)||Island Records, Island Records||600 741, 600.741||Europe||1983|