U2’s 11th album is a fine enough set of songs, which for a band of their magnitude didn’t feel like enough.
It was fated, I suppose. As much as a great deal of this series has…
Deluxe vinyl editions out this week, plus an expanded digital version due next month.
An erroneously reviled album that found U2 showcasing their most experimental tendencies.
The band’s strangest album was a neon utopia.
The beginning of a weird new era and the result of a creative tug-of-war.
U2 looked to America, the inspiring and the infuriating, on their fifth album.
The band’s fourth album found them emerging from their post-punk background and entering a bigger, boundless world of art rock.
The band’s close of their early post-punk trilogy opened them up to the heroic possibilities their later ’80s output would fulfill.
Concerts from 2001, 1983, 1997 and 2015 will each be up for 48 hours only.
We’ve launched a new yearlong project on U2, starting with their post-punk origins.
Looking back at a soundtrack renaissance.
Some songs live a second life, while some are never to be heard from again.
100 albums that transformed punk into a dark, experimental art form.
A career-spanning look at the Irish rock heroes’ greatest moments.
A long list of fellow legends pay tribute to the Irish musical icon.
New track is essentially an alternate version of “XXX.”
Box set features a live show at Madison Square Garden, plus three discs worth of rarities.
As we face a not-so-peaceful transition of power, we assemble our songs of protest.