U2 had their first hit in the US with this song in 1983. Read the rest of this entry
When U2 was touring in 1983, they didn’t only play concerts. Read the rest of this entry
U2 was a band that returned this year with a new album: Songs of Innocence. Firstly, the album was only available through free downloads, then it was released on CD. The album opens with this song, which ended on number 1 in the US adult alternative songs chart. The song refers to the singer of the Ramones, Joey Ramone. A great song and a very good album, enjoy
With a new album coming up and new hits on the radio, it would be a good time to finally place U2 in the Hall Of Fame. If we’re looking to one of the greatest bands from the last centuries, I would probably go for them. Their album ‘The Joshua Tree’ was a full hit album, with great songs like ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’ and ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’. Their music was good from the beginning on, and the quality was high in every album. In the nineties they had a very good song, One, the zeroes had Magnificent, and Ordinary Love is one of the biggest hits in the 2010s. I can’t wait to hear their new album, and for their work which they have already done, they are granted a place in the Hall Of Fame! Carry on!
I was listening to a great album lately, and suddenly realised that the band who made the album hasn’t had a song of the day.
Until now, because the song of the day is made by this band. It’s the band who made the album “The Joshua Tree”.
Of course you now know it is U2 with With Or Without You.
It’s the third song of this great album, which has some other great songs on it.