U2 – New Album With Reworked Versions Of 40 Tracks Of Their Glorious Carreer Coming In March

Coming Up

12 January 2023

Mega stars U2 release a new album, named SONGS OF SURRENDER
on 17 March. An album with 40 reworked/reimagining tracks of their
glorious past.

Here’s a taster with one of their best songs ever.

The Edge about the project: “Music allows you to time travel, and we became curious to find out what it would be like to bring our early songs back with us to the present day and give them the benefit, or otherwise, of a 21st-century reimagining.”

Trailer for the album.

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Waking Up… In The Name Of Love

Works faster than caffeine

Every time I saw/see this live version of U2‘s PRIDE (IN THE NAME OF LOVE)
filmed in Denver, Colorado in 1987 when the Irish heroes were busy conquering
America, shivers roll down my spine

The elated crowd, The Edge‘s riffs, Bono‘s entertaining tricks, the ode to MLK,
the black and white footage, it all turns this performance into a truly
epic happening.

Early morning, April four
A shot rings out in the Memphis sky
Free at last, they took your life
They could not take your pride

In the name of love
What more in the name of love?

Oh, oh-oh-oh
Oh, oh-oh-oh
Oh, oh-oh-oh
Oh, oh-oh-oh

All together now…

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U2 Scored Their 2nd No 1 LP In The UK 35 Years Ago With ‘THE UNFORGETTABLE FIRE’…

13 October 2019

35 years ago today, on 13 October 1984, Irish mega rockers U2 scored their second
No 1 album in the UK with their fourth studio album ‘THE UNFORGETTABLE FIRE’.
The band hired two musical experts, Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, to help them with
their experimentation with a more ambient and abstract sound. The album’s title is
a reference to ‘The Unforgettable Fire‘, an art exhibit about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 by the USA. The longplayer also topped the charts in
New-Zealand and Australia and peaked at #12 in America.

The two singles



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