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What does SBS stand for?

SBS stands for Sunday Bloody Sunday (song)

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By 1980 they had caused waves in the music pond with fan favourites such as I Will Follow, while 1983's War became their first number one UK album; and hits such as Sunday Bloody Sunday and New Year's Day also boosting their popularity.
Bush in Dear Mr President, right back to U2 and Sunday Bloody Sunday, a highly political 1983 anthem about the troubles in Northern Ireland.
No uillean pipes, no fiddles, and when you think about traditions, no U2, or like nothing before Achtung Baby and definitely no Sunday Bloody Sunday.
The delicious strains of Sunday Bloody Sunday, I Will Followand NewYears Day reinvigorated is enough to carry me throughwhile I await the newmaterial.
Angélique Kidjo provides a pleasantly cool, French-language version of Mysterious Ways, Ba Cissoko offers a laid-back, soulful Sunday Bloody Sunday (with kora backing), Tony Allen adds a predictably classy if never exhilarating Where the Streets Have No Name, and Keziah Jones does himself no favours with a light, funky and forgettable treatment of One.
The songs include New Year's Day, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Where the Streets Have No Name and With or Without You.