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If They Had Never Made Another Record

......ok it would have been fine. Sorry this is only really half a review, this is my absolute favourite of all U2's work. Two tracks stand out for me, first and foremost Sunday Bloody Sunday, the boys not afraid to speak their mind and give an articulate view of life in their country, I don't believe Bono for one minute when he says it's not a rebel song - maybe he didn't mean it to be but it is in a sense, a very articulate one. The second is Drowning Man, so beautiful quite simply. It has an awesome cover which matches the tone and mood of the album/cd whatever format you own or love it in. This was U2 when they were young and raw musically that is. The trio of War, The Unforgettable Fire and The Joshua Tree are those to check out first if you are new to their music. Quite simply superb.


Luvin Sunday Bloody Sunday!


What an album!!!! Never stopped playing it,saw them on 'war' tour in Portsmouth,great memories.


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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