Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Your history with U2 is a personal one. Just as mine is. Growing up with a band is a rite of passage. I grew up loving the Rolling Stones. Through good and bad albums to this day, I remain a fan for the memories and for their good old down and dirty rock and roll.
But growing older with U2 is different. I didn't "discover" the breadth and depth of their music until 2009. Sure I knew their top 10 songs, but none of their songs struck a chord (ouch) until I heard No Line on the Horizon. Because of this album, I was intrigued. I wanted to see if their older