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"Two Hearts Beat as One" is the seventh track on U2's 1983 album, War. It was released as the album's second single but only in the US, UK and Australia, as opposed to "Sunday Bloody Sunday", which was released only in the mainland of Europe. Both singles were released in Japan.

"Two Hearts Beat as One" features a propulsive bassline by Adam Clayton and achieved moderate success as a single in the UK and with album oriented rock airplay in… read more

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  • Avatar for white_lemur
    Powerful song. Great!
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  • Avatar for xtekinhax
    "Well I can't stop to dance. Maybe this is my last chance."
  • Avatar for Mind_Expansi0n
    "You say I'm a fool ... you say I'm nothing! But if I'm a fool for you - oh, that's something!" One of the most classic 80's groove lines I could possibly think of - that bass and Edge slashing it up and the hyper little drums - wow.
  • Avatar for mgpixlab
    This has to be one of their best.
  • Avatar for KConn3711
    to hell with cowbell .... give me more bass baby MORE BASS
  • Avatar for LRPohlmann
    Mr. Adam Clayton's sick bassline
  • Avatar for chouchou58
    One of my best from this band, hi serge for the special 80's on RFL...
  • Avatar for RyuHayabusa
    War is an excellent album!

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