The "One / Lady with the Spinning Head" 12" maxi-single vinyl features the iconic song "One" by U2, a track from their 1991 album "Achtung Baby". Released in March 1992, this record showcases the band's evolution during this period. "One" remains a timeless classic, capturing the essence of U2's transition into a new musical era. "Lady with the Spinning Head" adds a unique twist, making this vinyl a cherished collector's item for fans of U2's evolution.


Front Cover Photo Of U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head

Matrix/Stamper codes:

SIde A (etched): 12 CAE A-1
Side B (etched): 12 CAE B-1


Album Description & Collectors information:


Music Genre:

Irish Pop, Rock 

Album Production Information:


The album: "U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head" was produced by: Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno

Sound/Recording Engineer(s): FLOOD

Album cover photography: David Wojnarowicz

Record Label Information:

Black Label ISLAND 12 IS 515

Media Format:

12" LP Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram  

Year & Country:

1991 Made in Great Britain
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Bono – vocals
  • The Edge – guitar
  • Adam Clayton – bass guitar
  • Larry Mullen Jr. – drums, percussion
  • Brian Eno – additional keyboards
  • Daniel Lanois – additional guitar
Complete Track-listing of the album "U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head"

The detailed tracklist of this record "U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head" is:

    Track-listing Side One:
  1. One
    Track-listing Side Two:
  1. Lady with the Spinning Head
  2. Satellite of Love

U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head High Resolution & Quality Photos

Front Cover Photo Of U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head
Front Cover Photo Of U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head


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Photo Of The Back Cover U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head
Photo of album back cover U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head


Close up of record's label U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head Side One:
Close up of record's label U2 - One / Lady with the Spinning Head Side One

Black Colour ISLAND Records 12 IS 515 Record Label Details: BIEM/STEMRA, LC 0407 Made in Great Britain ℗ 1991 Island Records Ltd

U2: A Legendary Irish Rock Band Known for Their Music, Activism, and Unforgettable Live Performances.

U2 Band Description:

U2 is an Irish rock band that has been active since 1976. The band members include Bono (vocals and guitar), The Edge (guitar, keyboards, and backing vocals), Adam Clayton (bass guitar), and Larry Mullen Jr. (drums and percussion). U2 has released 14 studio albums and has sold over 150 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling music artists of all time. The band is also known for their live performances, which are characterized by their grandiose stage setups and Bono's passionate delivery.

U2's early sound was heavily influenced by punk and post-punk, but they soon developed a distinctive sound that combined elements of rock, pop, and alternative music. Their first album, "Boy," was released in 1980 and included the hit single "I Will Follow." Their follow-up album, "October," was released in 1981 and featured more spiritual and political themes, which would become a recurring theme in their music.

In 1983, U2 released their breakthrough album, "War," which included the hit singles "New Year's Day" and "Sunday Bloody Sunday." The album was inspired by the band's experiences touring in war-torn countries and included themes of conflict and social justice. U2 continued to explore political themes on their next album, "The Unforgettable Fire," which was produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois.

U2's most successful album, "The Joshua Tree," was released in 1987. The album included hit singles such as "With or Without You," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," and "Where the Streets Have No Name." The album was a departure from U2's previous sound, with a more mature and introspective tone. The album's themes included American culture, spirituality, and social justice.

In the 1990s, U2 experimented with different sounds and styles, including dance and electronic music. Their album "Achtung Baby" was released in 1991 and included the hit singles "One" and "Mysterious Ways." The album was a critical and commercial success and established U2 as a band that could successfully adapt to changing musical trends.

U2 continued to explore new sounds on their subsequent albums, including "Zooropa" (1993) and "Pop" (1997). These albums included electronic and dance influences and were met with mixed reviews from critics and fans. However, U2's next album, "All That You Can't Leave Behind" (2000), marked a return to their classic sound. The album included the hit singles "Beautiful Day" and "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of."

U2's most recent album, "Songs of Experience" (2017), includes themes of personal and societal challenges. The album includes the hit single "You're the Best Thing About Me" and features collaborations with producers such as Ryan Tedder, Jacknife Lee, and Steve Lillywhite. Throughout their career, U2 has been known for their activism and philanthropy. The band has been involved in a number of charitable causes, including poverty reduction, AIDS research, and human rights. Bono, in particular, has been a vocal advocate for global development and has been involved in a number of initiatives to promote social justice.

In addition to their music and activism, U2 is also known for their live performances. The band's concerts are renowned for their elaborate stage setups and Bono's passionate delivery. U2 has won numerous awards for their live performances, including 22 Grammy Awards.