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U2

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Glam rock and roll takes U2 to top of the charts after '90s reinvention as How to Dismantle An Atomic Bomb lands ...

The Irish Sun
BY 1990 U2 needed to completely reinvent themselves – and this is what they were prepared to do when they began recording a new album in Berlin with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. It was a tall order but they pulled it off, with a healthy dose of Stone ...

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Heading To U2 Tonight? Here's All The Info You Need To Know

Lovin Dublin
In case you've been living under a rock the last week, Bono and the U2 lads have landed in Dublin ahead of their gig in Croker tonight. People have been waiting for this gig for months, and finally the day has arrived. MCD Productions are eager for ...


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The nun who inspired a U2 song

Irish Times
This video also appears in: Nun who inspired U2 song is Bono's guest at Croke Park gig · July 22, 2017Singer met Sr Anne Carr in Malawi in 2002 and wrote 'Crumbs from Your Table' about her ...

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Chris Wasser: How U2 have remained relevant and avoided becoming their own tribute act

Independent.ie
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me. That was the first U2 single I ever bought. They'd released it in the summer of 1995, for the Batman Forever soundtrack. Val Kilmer's caped crusader was on the tape cover. He looked moody. The tune was moodier.

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