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Editors’ Notes

Bono’s bell-like voice and The Edge’s ringing guitar lines were honed to deceptively simple melodic perfection, bolstered by the rhythm section’s propulsive marches and airy atmospherics from producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. They were firing on all cylinders here, attacking social barriers (“Where the Streets Have No Name”) and insipid politics (“Bullet the Blue Sky”) while making heartbreak sound anthemic (“With or Without You”).

Customer Reviews

Their Masterpiece

What is so amazing about U2, is nearly 30 years later, they can still fill an arena without even trying. Another awesome thing, is that you find quite the spectrum of people at a U2 show. People of all ages , young and not so young, even back in the day, come to see U2. That says a lot, I think. Joshua Tree is my favorite album. I've never tired of it. So many cd's and records that I bought 20 years ago are either lost, trashed, or collecting dust out in the garage. It's still relevant, still sweet, sad, and soulful, still on the radio, and still listenable after all this time.

The Best Album of All Time

The reviewer is crazy to think that "Bullet The Blue Sky" falls flat; it's a great tune, a different feel for U2 perhaps but still a fabulous song. There are absolutely no flat songs on the album; like me, you'll find yourself craving one of these songs at some point or another. This is the best of U2- and there isn't anything better than the Joshua Tree.

Forget Sargeant Pepper. Joshua Tree is the greatest album ever.

Anyone who gives this album 7/10 or below must be deaf. Literally. Anyone who gives this album 8/10 obviously hates U2. Anyone who gives this album 9/10 is an exteremly tough critic. Heck, 10/10 doesnt even describe this album's greatness. Rolling Stone made a mistake putting the Beatles' Sargeant Pepper ahead of Joshua Tree. Here's a song-by-song breakdown. Where the Streets Have No Name: 10/10 This is their 2nd greatest song ever. It is extremely powerful and has a crazy guitar. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For: 9/10 Another classic, very bluesy. While still sounding like U2, of course! With or Without You: 10/10 2nd greatest power ballad ever by anyone (Come Sail Away is 1). Incredibly passionate and deep. Bullet the Blue Sky: 10/10 This song is to anyone that thinks U2 is too soft! A seriously hard rocker that excites you. Running to Stand Still: 10/10 Probably Bono's best lyrics. If you don't like it right away, take time. It will grow on you! Red Hill Mining Town: 9/10 A hidden gem in the middle of the album that can't be forgotten! Incredible vocals (but when aren't there good vocals?). In God's Country: 10/10 A fun song in the middle of this serious album. Has a very interesting and awesome guitar part! Trip Through Your Wires: 8/10 The worst song on this album is still 8/10!!! Proof of how amazing Joshua Tree is! One Tree Hill: 9/10 I really don't know what the background instrument is, but it adds flavor to this great tune. Exit: 9/10 Wow. Possibly the scariest song that U2 has written. But its a good scary! Mothers of the Disappeared: 9/10 Very passionate, but yet U2 refrains from getting loud and noisy. Very subdued and beautiful. So if you are a U2 fan, you should already own this. (YOU BETTER!!!) If you aren't a U2 fan, then buy this album and experience the passion, feeling, and pure enjoyment that is The Joshua Tree.

Biography

Formed: 1976 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Through a combination of zealous righteousness and post-punk experimentalism, U2 became one of the most popular rock & roll bands in the world -- equally known for their sweeping sound as for their grandiose statements about politics and religion. The Edge provided the group with a signature sound by creating sweeping sonic landscapes with his heavily processed, echoed guitars. Though the Edge's style wasn't conventional, the rhythm section of Larry Mullen, Jr. and Adam Clayton played the songs...
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