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Article:I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
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| Label = [[Interscope Records|Interscope]], [[Mercury Records|Mercury]]
 
| Label = [[Interscope Records|Interscope]], [[Mercury Records|Mercury]]
 
| Writer = U2 ([[composer|music]]), [[Bono]] ([[lyricist|lyrics]])
 
| Writer = U2 ([[composer|music]]), [[Bono]] ([[lyricist|lyrics]])
| Producer = [[Steve Lillywhite]], [[will.i.am]], Declan Gaffney
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| Producer = [[Steve Lillywhite]]
 
| Last single = "[[Magnificent (U2 song)|Magnificent]]"<br />(2009)
 
| Last single = "[[Magnificent (U2 song)|Magnificent]]"<br />(2009)
 
| This single = "'''I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight'''"<br/>(2009)
 
| This single = "'''I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight'''"<br/>(2009)
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==Writing and recording==
 
==Writing and recording==
The band collaborated with [[will.i.am]] in the creation of the track.<ref name="Q preview">{{cite web |url=http://promo.q4music.com/q4music/u2/inside.shtml |title=U2 Preview New Album to Q |work=[[Q (magazine)|Q]] |accessdate=2008-12-25}}</ref> It was first developed by [[Brian Eno]] under the title "Diorama" during a break in the recording sessions.<ref name="NP Interview">{{cite web |url=http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/theampersand/archive/2009/03/10/behind-the-scenes-on-u2-s-no-line-on-the-horizon-a-track-by-track-exclusive-with-producer-co-writer-daniel-lanois.aspx |title=U2's No Line On The Horizon: A track-by-track exclusive with producer/co-writer Daniel Lanois |work=National Post |first=Brad |last=Frenette |date=2009-03-10 |accessdate=2009-09-27 |archiveurl=http://www.webcitation.org/5kfqFaK30 |archivedate=2009-10-21}}</ref> The band reworked the track under the new title of "Crazy Tonight" before retitling it again as "I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight".<ref name="NP Interview" /><ref name="Mojo Adam">{{cite web |url=http://www.mojo4music.com/blog/2009/02/exclusive_adam_clayton_qa.html |title=Exclusive Adam Clayton Q&A! |work=Mojo |first=Danny |last=Eccleston |date=2009-02-26 |accessdate=2009-02-27}}</ref><ref name="Break Down">{{cite web |url=http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/25328725/u2_break_down_no_line_on_the_horizon |title=U2 Break Down 'No Line on the Horizon' |work=[[Rolling Stone]] |first=Brian |last=Hiatt |date=2009-01-22 |accessdate=2009-02-15}}</ref> Several of the song's lyrics were influenced by [[Barack Obama]]'s presidential campaign.<ref name="guardian">{{cite news |url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/feb/15/u2-no-line-on-the-horizon |title=The Wanderers |work=[[The Guardian]] |first=Sean |last=O'Hagan |date=2009-02-15 |accessdate=2009-02-15 |location=London}}</ref> Bono stated to ''[[Q (magazine)|Q]]'' magazine that the lyrics "[sound] like a T-shirt slogan to me",<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.interference.com/9332-q-magazine-previews-new-u2-record/ |title=Q Magazine previews new U2 record |date=December 26, 2008 |work=[[Q (magazine)|Q]] |format=reprint |accessdate=2009-09-09}}</ref> also noting that it was ''No Line on the Horizon'''s equivalent to "[[Beautiful Day]]".<ref name="Break Down" />
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The band collaborated with [[will.i.am]] in the creation of the track<ref name="Q preview">{{cite web |url=http://promo.q4music.com/q4music/u2/inside.shtml |title=U2 Preview New Album to Q |work=[[Q (magazine)|Q]] |accessdate=2008-12-25}}</ref> It was first developed by [[Brian Eno]] under the title "Diorama" during a break in the recording sessions.<ref name="NP Interview">{{cite web |url=http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/theampersand/archive/2009/03/10/behind-the-scenes-on-u2-s-no-line-on-the-horizon-a-track-by-track-exclusive-with-producer-co-writer-daniel-lanois.aspx |title=U2's No Line On The Horizon: A track-by-track exclusive with producer/co-writer Daniel Lanois |work=National Post |first=Brad |last=Frenette |date=2009-03-10 |accessdate=2009-09-27 |archiveurl=http://www.webcitation.org/5kfqFaK30 |archivedate=2009-10-21}}</ref>; will.i.am receives an "additional production credit on the finished version. The band reworked the track under the new title of "Crazy Tonight" before retitling it again as "I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight".<ref name="NP Interview" /><ref name="Mojo Adam">{{cite web |url=http://www.mojo4music.com/blog/2009/02/exclusive_adam_clayton_qa.html |title=Exclusive Adam Clayton Q&A! |work=Mojo |first=Danny |last=Eccleston |date=2009-02-26 |accessdate=2009-02-27}}</ref><ref name="Break Down">{{cite web |url=http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/25328725/u2_break_down_no_line_on_the_horizon |title=U2 Break Down 'No Line on the Horizon' |work=[[Rolling Stone]] |first=Brian |last=Hiatt |date=2009-01-22 |accessdate=2009-02-15}}</ref> Several of the song's lyrics were influenced by [[Barack Obama]]'s presidential campaign.<ref name="guardian">{{cite news |url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/feb/15/u2-no-line-on-the-horizon |title=The Wanderers |work=[[The Guardian]] |first=Sean |last=O'Hagan |date=2009-02-15 |accessdate=2009-02-15 |location=London}}</ref> Bono stated to ''[[Q (magazine)|Q]]'' magazine that the lyrics "[sound] like a T-shirt slogan to me",<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.interference.com/9332-q-magazine-previews-new-u2-record/ |title=Q Magazine previews new U2 record |date=December 26, 2008 |work=[[Q (magazine)|Q]] |format=reprint |accessdate=2009-09-09}}</ref> also noting that it was ''No Line on the Horizon'''s equivalent to "[[Beautiful Day]]".<ref name="Break Down" />
   
 
==Live performances==
 
==Live performances==
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