U2 Topped UK Albums Chart With ‘THE JOSHUA THREE’ 35 Years Ago

Back In Time

21 March 2022

THE JOSHUA TREE, the Irish rockers’ fifth album, produced by Daniel Lanois and
Brian Eno made them global celebrities. The record was inspired by their American
tour experiences, relating literature and Uncle Sam’s politics, and probably because
of their desire to be massive in the U.S.

It reached the top spot in several European countries, in New Zealand,
in Canada and (of course) in the UK where U2 hit numero uno this day
in 1987, 35 years ago.

Singles/clips: I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
/ Where The Streets Have No Name / With Or Without You

– I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR –

WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME –

– WITH OR WITHOUT YOU –

Album in full…

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U2: Website – Facebook

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