The Unforgettable Fire is the fourth studio album by Irish rock band U2, released in October 1984. The Group wanted another musical direction after the somewhat harder rock of their previous album War from 1983. To achieve this goal the band hired Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois as producers and to a more ambient and abstract sound. The resulting style change was the largest so far for the band.
- A Sort of Homecoming – 5: 28
- Pride (In The Name Of Love) – 3: 48
- Wire – 4: 19
- The Unforgettable Fire – 4: 55
- Promenade – 2: 35
- 4th of July – 2: 12
- Bath – 6: 09
- Indian Summer Sky – 4: 17
- Elvis Presley and America – 6: 23
- MLK – 2: 31
- Bono - vocals
- The Edge - guitar, keyboard, vocals
- Adam Clayton - bass guitar
- Larry Mullen Jr. - drums
In October 2009, a reissue of the album on the market, because it was 25 years ago that that year the album was released. The Jubilee Edition contains additional songs that are included in 1984, but the album was not extracted have: "Disappearing Act" and "Yoshino Blossom". The Edge was the producer of the reissue, which appeared in four editions, including a vinyl version.