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The Joshua Tree (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered]


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1987’s The Joshua Tree cemented U2’s status as one of the 1980s preeminent groups. From Bono’s anguished cries from Mount Olympus and the Edge’s serrated guitar riffs to the rhythm section’s punishing marches and the Brian Eno-Daniel Lanois production team’s desert atmospherics, the album presented some of the band’s most memorable material in its most drastic form to date, assimilating the band’s initial post-punk energy with their fascination and immersion in American roots music. “With or Without You,” “Where the Streets Have No Name,” “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” and especially the often overlooked “Running to Stand Still” shimmer with intensity, nuance and elegant style. The 2007 re-mastered and expanded edition includes 14 additional glimpses at the group during this creatively fertile time, including the single edit of “Streets,” the Sun City version of “Silver and Gold” with the Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards and Ron Wood, several notable fan faves such as “Luminous Times (Hold On to Love)” and “Spanish Eyes” and a few improvisatory pieces (“Drunk Chicken/ America” with beat poet Allen Ginsberg) that provide insight into the band’s creative process. 

Customer Reviews

Brilliant Still 20 Years Later

The Joshua Tree is brilliant. The Delux version is only for those hardcore U2 fans. Full of B-Sides and rareities, and even a new one (Waves Of Sorrow) which was finally finished a month ago. The remastered album is a great way to hold U2 fan over till some new stuff. The Joshua Tree is their greatest and this is a great collection of songs.

C'mon Bono, Edge, Larry, Adam...Give Us A Break on the $$$

We buy all your albums, come to the shows, buy the clothes...We've been faithful and you guys are wealthy. Can't you at least give us a break on the price of a remastered album please? Although they're great songs, $20 for songs that I already have many versions of (live etc) is just too much to ask. I even went broke to get to Hawaii last year to see your last show. Share the wealth boys.

No more candy

Hello Guys, Again How many times will I buy this album ? At every corner there is a suprise song (there great but?). Don't end up like Marley... Give us a final anthology like the Beatles... no more candy. Give us the box Still Good Album after 21 years.... a classic Bonfire 666


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 of the '80s. They were rock & roll crusaders during an era of synthesized pop and heavy metal, 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,...
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