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U2: Revolution Review by Neufutur Magazine

Neufutur Magazine Online has given U2: Revolution an incredible review! Reviewer JMoore had this to say about the coffee table book by Race Point author Mat Snow: 111 more words


The Joshua Tree - U2 (1987)

Anyone who’d been following U2 since their beginning, would know that their fifth (studio) album was the beginning of superstardom. From The Joshua Tree on, U2 went from scruffy college rock favorite to big rock superstars on the order of Bruce Springsteen or Van Halen. 535 more words

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Suburban War

by Andrew Doscas

Growing up in the Suburbs is a pretty universal experience, one where we’re all presented with the same issues and novelties.  We all were confronted with immature relationships, underappreciating the time that we had, and the eventual loss of contact between people we had grown up with and seen every day of our lives.  2,304 more words

Andrew Doscas

U2 top charts with Joshua Tree

U2’s The Joshua Tree deserves all the accolades it has received since its release date on 9 March 1987. The rock album was received the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1988. 378 more words

One of the prevailing themes of U2′s lastest album, Songs of Innocence, is defining monents: Finding someone you want to spend the rest of your life with. 166 more words


An Aural Landscape of Americana

(AUTHOR’S NOTE:  This is part of my ongoing Tuesday series of doing a track-by-track personal review of albums that have influenced, shaped or affected my life.  1,185 more words