Dismissed (2) - Taking The Good With The Bad (CD, Album)
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We may have lost our minds a little in the process. Apologies in advance… P. Svalbard in The K! The approach necessitated Clayton recording many overdubs. Some of the songs, including " An Cat Dubh " and "The Ocean", were written and recorded at the studio.
Many of the songs were taken from the band's song repertoire at the time, including "Stories for Boys", "Out of Control" and "Twilight". Bono had not finalized his lyrics prior to the recording sessions; during the group's earlier live performances, he often changed lyrics from concert to concert, owing to his lack of interest in lyric writing.
The procrastination forced him to finish missing couplets in the studio while his bandmates were busy recording guitars and percussion. After about six takes of each song, Lillywhite would edit together a composite vocal track of the best parts, after which Bono would listen back and replicate the results by singing another six takes.
The Edge recorded all the songs using his Gibson Explorer guitar,  and he drew inspiration from music he was listening to at the time, including Television and early Siouxsie and the Banshees.
Dismissed (2) - Taking The Good With The Bad (CD album's theme is the psychological nature of the transition of adolescence from childhood to manhood, with lyrics and atmospheric music examining a dawn of sexuality "An Cat Dubh"the entry into adolescence "Twilight"mortality "Out of Control"the exile from one's past enforced by the passage of time "Into the Heart"mental disturbance "The Album) Co.
The album's lyrics contain several literary references. The model boy on the cover is Peter Rowen, the younger brother of GuggiBono's friend and a former member of the Virgin Prunes.
The photographer, Hugo McGuiness, and the sleeve designer, Steve Averill a friend of Claytonwent on to work on several more U2 album covers. For the American release and other international distributors, the album's cover image was Dismissed (2) - Taking The Good With The Bad (CD,  due to Island Records' fears that it could be perceived as pedophilic. The two were given a very limited budget, precluding them from traveling to U2 and taking photos of them, leaving them with little choice but to use press release photos of the four band members.
Tilley visited Porter in London to collaborate on the cover. Porter's initial idea was to distort the press release images and create a "more graphic, stylised piece of artwork", leading to several experiments. These included: photocopying the images and pulling them during the scanning; using a photographic enlarger while moving the baseboard; and photographing the image prints using long exposure while moving them.
The result of these Album) gave Porter the "raw material" to continue, though some areas of the images did not distort well and were subsequently marked up with a black pen. Taking inspiration from the Lord of the Flies reference in the song "Shadows and Tall Trees", Porter selected four "rough and distorted images that had a feel how the sea washes and distorts marks in the sand".
He then cut the images with a scalpel, spray mounted them, and further "copied, printed, touched up, recopied and printed" them onto high-contrast photographic paper.
In the US, it peaked at number 63 on the Billboardbut after the success of U2's later material, it re-entered the American charts for a lengthier spell. In the band's native Ireland, the album reached number 13, and it placed highest in Canada at number The original releases of Boy sold nearlycopies.
The album's sexual overtones led to its enthusiastic acceptance in American gay clubs shortly after its release. Bono commented on this phenomenon, saying: "import copies got in and, as you know, in America a lot of music is broken in gay clubs and so we had a gay audience, a lot of people who were convinced the music was specifically for them.
So there was a misconception if you like. Ina remastered edition of Boy was released, featuring remastered tracks, along with B-sides and rarities. Three different formats of the remaster were made available. The artwork for the remastered editions of the album was standardised worldwide to that of the UK release.
For Record Store Dayin commemoration of its 40th anniversary, the album was reissued on white vinyl in a limited edition of 10, copies. Boy received generally favourable reviews. Denselow said the group succeeded at their goal of achieving a balance of "power and sensitivity" and said the record "only needs slightly stronger melodies to be very impressive indeed".
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