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  1. Dear Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen, Jr. I first heard of your band in 1987 – I was 7 years old at the time, and a U2 fan introduced me to your music. The Joshua Tree was brand new at the time. As I was growing up, I bought Achtung Baby, and as I played the cassette over and over… and over, I wound up buying your other albums, but your PopMart tour stop in Eugene, Oregon at Autzen Stadium was what cemented me as a U2 fan FOR LIFE. Not only was it my first rock concert in my life, but it also showed me what rock concerts could and should be: fun, and visually spectacular. I rea
  2. The link below is our first dance from our wedding reception We chose to dance to U2's Song for Someone after falling in love with it and practiced countless months for it!!! We hope you enjoy!! Sarah and Neil https://youtu.be/WhA9kVOcySg
  3. Obviously there's a LOT of great ones to choose from but I'm really curious to see what everyone thinks! I know that there are alternate versions of some of these available but these should be all of the main releases.
  4. I know, it's early days but I'm too excited to wait!!! So do you think it's great...or not so much? (as far as 'relevance' goes Bono, you can't get much more relevant than launching with an Apple product!! Clever marketing).
  5. From the album: "All I want is you"

    Amei!!! http://suelifinoto-artes.blogspot.com.br/
  6. From the album: "All I want is you"

    Adorei a surprêsa invisível!!! http://suelifinoto-artes.blogspot.com.br/

    © http://suelifinoto-artes.blogspot.com.br/

  7. Anyone else feel slighted that if you pre-ordered the Songs of Innocence 2 CD Deluxe Edition (like I did) that all of the acoustic versions are on 1 track? Where as the iTunes version (Songs of Innocence +) has all the tracks separated? I really wish the U2 Fan Club would allow a download of the individual tracks. Having to re-buy all of those tracks, or the whole Songs of Innocence + because it's financially better, is a total buzzkill. Anyone else agree?
  8. U2 are planning an arena tour next year, frontman Bono has confirmed. The Dublin rockers are excited about going out on the road to promote new album 'Songs of Innocence' but do not want to play vast outdoor spaces this time around. Bono told Absolute Radio's Christian O'Connell: "We're gonna be touring. We're gonna start next year. We're gonna try and play the O2 and places like that, more indoors that outdoors this time, but we'll see where it takes us. "It's exciting. We'll be coming your way and these songs are the songs that, I think... I think they will play themselves."
  9. From the album: Me

    This is also *SOI*-inspired...Don't know exactly where it came from...So...There you go !

    © Chris

  10. pain_18_

    Late Autumn

    From the album: Me

    This is a drawing made under the inspiration I got after 2 months of constantly listening to U2's great New Album : Songs of Innocence !!!

    © Chris

  11. In the new issue of Hot Press (with the famous Dublin act on the cover), Olaf Tyaransen joins Bono, Edge, Larry and Adam on a two-hour flight, discussing the new album, the iTunes experiment, and everything else concerning the band on everyone’s lips. He finds the four in rare form, eager to discuss a record that many have ranked amongst the best of their long and decorated career. “It absolutely represents where we are,” says Adam of the album, “As a band that’s been around a long time. I’m always a little bit of looking back and trying to rationalize where you came from, but I think, in
  12. What's left to learn about U2 in 2014? Plenty, as it turns out – especially if you get a few days worth of intimate access to the band in three different countries. Here's the best of what didn't fit into the cover story, from the making of the new album to the secrets of Adam Clayton's jewelry. It's not unimaginable that U2 could still be around when the band members are in their 70s. "I don't know – if we're writing songs as good as these ones," says Bono. "I mean, I saw Leonard Cohen play Dublin, and he said, "The last time I was out on the road, I was 60. Just a kid with a crazy
  13. On Sunday the 12th of October, U2 will appear on Italian talkshow Che Tempo Che Fa, hosted by Fabio Fazio. by Fabio Fazio.che tempo che fa‏@chetempochefa domenica prossima gli U2 a che tempo che fa 12:26 - 5 ott 2014 The show airs on Italian TV network RAI 3 at 8:10pm local time. Universal Italia contacted U2place.com saying that the band will play more than one song and due to the fact that the presence of the band has been confirmed only on friday night there's no time to plan and set up an outdoor performance and at this time also there are no more seats availa
  14. U2 have been doing some interviews in London as part of the promotion of the album Songs of Innocence. A couple of journalists have posted some photos today. I'll share them. Stay tuned in those radios 'cause probably we'll have some U2 news from them pretty soon. - Tony Aguilar, from Spain - Ian Dempsey, from Ireland - Jim Nugent, from Ireland - Pedro Ribeiro, from Portugal. He said that Edge revealed the band will play in the tour an old song, a classic one, that they don't play a long time ago.
  15. This interview may have been slightly pegged down by the other promo activities, but it's GOOD. Worth a listen on the replay. Lauren got Bono & The Edge talking about Songs of Experience, and Bono has a great narrative about how the albums (and their protagonists) relate to each other, as well as another mention of forthcoming song "The Morning After Innocence". Bono reveals a lyric from the song, expanding on the discussion he had with Dorian Lynskey in The Guardian (The Observer, Sat. 11 October). Could this new song be the one fka "Lead Me In The Way I Should Go", a merge, a reco
  16. After U2, Interscope Records and Apple made the band's latest album Songs of Innocence available for free to 500 million iTunes customers, a spokesperson for the Grammys said that the group would not be eligible for the next Grammy Awards due to the album being unavailable for purchase before the September 30th cutoff. With that deadline quickly approaching, U2 have sent a limited number of vinyl copies of Innocence to retailers that will be available to buy on Tuesday's cutoff date, a source close to the situation tells Rolling Stone. A spokesperson for the Grammys tells Rolling Stone
  17. In late 2010, U2 began recording a new album with producer Brian "Danger Mouse" Burton during downtime from their 360° world tour. They had little idea they were kicking off a four-year process, far and away the longest they'd ever spent on a single album. "The experiments and excursions we took with Danger Mouse at the start of the album recording were unashamedly unhinged and free of all critical judgement," says the Edge. via e-mail. "We were happy to suspend disbelief just to see where we could get to. Those early sessions were some of the most productive and fun U2 studio sessions I can r
  18. If you fancy a read (apologies if already posted elsewhere - can't keep up!!) http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/reviews/u2-songs-of-innocence-album-review-secure-in-their-comfortzone-of-stadiumsized-yearning-9723897.html http://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2014/sep/09/u2-songs-of-innocence-first-listen-review http://www.nme.com/reviews/u2/15625#17
  19. This song title is a word for word quote of what I put over my contact information when I presented my book in progress on a flash drive to Bono in Chicago 2011. Its center (its heartbeat) is U2's lyrics, though it is all inclusive and refers many other artists. This is my way of saying that for being the U2 community, I hope to offer it for free as an e-book on a preliminary basis before the release of Songs of Experience, as a thank you for you being you. You certainly don't have to look if you don't want to! Welcome, though if you do, to The Raydiant Labyrinth. There are a few conne
  20. It has been a whirlwind nine months for Guy Oseary since he took the reins of U2’s management after longtime manager Paul McGuinness announced his retirement last fall. That includes a Golden Globe, an Oscar nomination, a big Super Bowl campaign and the premiere of The Tonight Show in support of two songs that ultimately didn't make the final cut on Songs of Innocence, the history-making album that debuted to 500 million iTunes customers on Sept. 9. With lead single "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)" set to be featured in a massive media campaign from Apple, valued at $100 million by multiple sou
  21. I guess it's the first interview of a member of the band after the release of the new album. It's a long one but it's worth to read it. Bono leans in to my face so our noses are almost touching, and he sings, unaccompanied, “Life begins with the first glance, the first kiss at the first dance, all of us are wondering why we’re here, in the Crystal Ballroom underneath the chandelier . . . We are the ghosts of love and we haunt this place, in the ballroom of crystal lights, everyone is here with me tonight, everyone but you.” It is sean-nós in shades. “I need to tell you something really
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