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U2 is an Irish rock band which formed in 1976 in Dublin, Ireland. Since the bands formation, they have consisted of Bono (real name Paul Hewson) (vocals, guitar, harmonica), The Edge (real name David Evans) (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Adam Clayton (bass) and Larry Mullen, Jr. (drums, percussion). Check our available U2 concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Full disclosure: I think that Zooropa and Pop are two brilliant albums that nobody, not even the band, seemed to really like or fully appreciate, and I could do without the U2 that writes sentimental stabs at hit singles liked 2001?s "Walk On." But in general, I've always dug the musical soul of these four Irishmen who still function like a band of brothers-Bono with his irrepressible pipes, the Edge with his laser focused, icicle blast guitar, Adam Clayton and his fundamentally "Euro"-style...
The Edge-with that broken glass and twisted, clean, electric tone-both shoves columns of electric guitar chords and lacerates with solos that bore into a melody's core. As the juxtaposition to Bono's haunted and haunting delivery that is ardor cast upon a sea of need and seeking. "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" is an anthem for the disillusioned who refuse to surrender-and here the near-straining to his witness, punctuated by a wall of soul-gospel choir, is a testimonial to faith...
Forget smooth arrangements and the artificial taste of their Pop-corny precedent album. All That You Can't Leave Behind is to the year 2000 what Achtung Baby and Joshua Tree were to the nineties and eighties; a major work, lyrical and mature, but above all a return to their roots. All That You Can't Leave Behind is located somewhere between Joshua Tree, from which it borrows lyricism and intimacy, and Achtung Baby for its discreet electronic sounds...
Sound: As soon as the opening track, "Beautiful Day", begins to play, you know that the album's going to be something special, which it is. The Edge uses a mix of beautiful chord sequences and guitar effects to transport you to this whole other world that only U2 could create. It may sound like being on drugs at first, but trust me it's all good. There's not a truely bad track on here, sound wise, but "Wild Honey" sounds a bit like the sound-track for some kid's show, set in a garden somewhere...
Sound: U2 may only be comprised of four musicians but their prodigious body of work tells another story altogether. Their material has always had a majestic quality running through it and a lot of this has to do with The Edge. His guitar performances have a cinematic breadth and scope to them lending their songs an expansiveness most bands only dream of achieving. Other guitarists use their effects pedals to color their parts; The Edge treats his pedal board like an extension of himself...
Sound: Zooropa was U2's deepest step into experimental music. It's completely different from their previous albums. I listened to the whole album several times before I understood it. Actually I didn't like it at the beginning as it was not the traditional U2 sound and style. // 7 Lyrics and Singing: 01. Zooropa - consists of three parts. The first part is a mixed material called "Babel". I've read that at the beginning it was considered as a separate track, but later was mixed together...
Sound: These guys create a great musical fusion and awesome guitar riffs and such. The first time I heard these guys play I thought. These guys are good. U2 ranges from soft rock to regular rock. I think that most of the CD was written from something from high-school (Miracle Drug) and relationships (Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own, A Man And A Woman, Original Of The Species and All Because Of You). U2 has a very good impression that lasts a lifetime...
Sound: Though the masses and critics may put U2's '90s material down as some of their worst material to date, the music itself is undoubtedly some of their most solid and well written...
Sound: This is U2's third album, and the one that really put these four guys from Dublin, Ireland in the limelight. The band stuck to the same anthemish rock sound as the previous two albums (Boy and October), but with more energy, more emotion, and more polish. I'll take a look at each song one by one. 01. Sunday Bloody Sunday - One of the two big hits off the album, and a great opener. Some nice military sounding drumming by Larry Mullen, Jr...
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