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U2 - Three mp3 track

MP3 1145 mb. | FLAC 1544 mb. | WMA 1965 mb.

Performer: U2
Title: Three
Country: Ireland
Released: 2010
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: AA AC3 MP2 ASF MIDI APE XM


A Out Of Control 3:50
B1 Stories For Boys 2:39
B2 Boy/Girl 3:21


  • Bass – Adam Clayton
  • Drums – Larry Mullen
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – The Edge
  • Producer – Chas de Whalley, U2
  • Vocals – Bono
  • Written-By – U-2*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CBS 7951 U2 Three ‎(7", Single) CBS CBS 7951 Ireland 1979
CBS 12-7951 U-2* Out Of Control ‎(12", Single, RE) CBS CBS 12-7951 Ireland Unknown
CBS 7951 U2 Three ‎(7", Single, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Gol) CBS CBS 7951 UK 2008
CBS 7951 U2 Three ‎(7", Single, Unofficial, Pur) CBS CBS 7951 UK 2008
CBS 7951 U2 Three ‎(7", Single, RE) CBS CBS 7951 Ireland 1984

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