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The UK's Greatest Hits: 35. The Joshua Tree - U2

The Joshua Tree – U2 – 1987

First listen?: Yes

U2 are one of those bands that I know are super popular, in fact I like quite a few of their songs, but I could never be bothered to give them a decent amount of my time. 300 more words

808s

On March 9, 1987.

On March 9, 1987, “Island Records” released U2 fifth studio album “The Joshua Tree”. It was produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno”.“The Joshua Tree” produced the hit singles “With or Without You”, “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”, and “Where the Streets Have No Name”. 50 more words

Where The Streets Have No Name

A few days ago, my mom and I spent a good portion of the afternoon watching music videos.  I showed her some of my favorites and she showed me some of her favorites. 112 more words

Music

Covered: "Running To Stand Still"

Covered is a feature where we examine the merits of various cover songs, debating whether or not they capture the spirit and intent of the original, if the cover adds anything new, and whether or not it perhaps surpasses the original.   809 more words

Covered

Where Will I Be - Emmylou Harris

As you listen to the introduction to this song, you could be forgiven for thinking it was a lost track from The Joshua Tree; but that is just the influence of… 55 more words

Wrecking Ball

Week 31 Review

U2 – All That You Can’t Leave Behind (2000)

Bottom Line Up Front: This is a 4.8 out of 5 stars album. It’s not a perfect album but it is really close. 1,276 more words

Music Review

U2's The Unforgettable Fire: Emotional Impressions

There is no question that U2 has been one of the most significant influences in my life… period. In my teens, it was U2 that challenged the ultra-conservative, pro-war status quo that I experienced throughout my childhood. 501 more words

Music And Healing