|1||Reaching Out To The World|
|3||What's In A Name|
|4||Chasing The Dream|
|5||The Fire Of Youth|
|6||Lost In America|
|9||Under A Desert Sky|
|10||Play The Blues|
|11||Over The Wall|
|12||A New Homecoming|
Bravado Cathartic Confident Freewheeling Hungry Passionate Theatrical Ambitious Earnest Energetic Fiery Plaintive Poignant Rollicking Stylish Yearning Dramatic Earthy Fun Literate Lively Reflective Reverent Rousing Sexy. More Maximum U2: The Unauthorized Biography of U2. United States of Distribution, K-mack ABCD 191. CD.
War is the third studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was produced by Steve Lillywhite, and was released on 28 February 1983 on Island Records. The album is regarded as U2's first overtly political album, in part because of songs like "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and "New Year's Day", as well as the title, which stems from the band's perception of the world at the time; lead vocalist Bono stated that "war seemed to be the motif for 1982.
Bono and the band used their notoriety more than ever expressing their opinions on social matters on a global scale. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2005 (Performer). Members: Paul David Hewson (aka Bono) David Howell Evans (aka The Edge) Adam Charles Clayton Lawrence Joseph Mullen Jr. Вебсайты: u. om, u2discography.
Группы U2. 1980 - Boy. 1981 - October. 1983 - War. 1984 - The Unforgettable Fire. 1987 - The Joshua Tree. 1988 - Rattle and Hum.
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This this the quintesential U2 album. One of the best albums to come out of the eighties when almost everything else was mediocre at best. When I think of U2 this is the album that stands out for me. Other albums came close but this is their best work. This album has 7 legends, 3 greats, and one bad. Unforgettable Fire has 7 legends, and 3 greats. But over all, I have to give it to Joshua Tree.
Here is an album that explicitly references the chaos and crisis of U2's early years without recapturing a molecule of the vibrancy that characterized early U2. Worse, first single "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)," with its aspirational whoops, finds the band cribbing lamely from the bands who cribbed lamely from U. The resulting album wears its heart on its sleeve-except it's a big, dumb heart prone to facile platitudes like "Love is bigger than anything in its own way" and "Free yourself to be yourself, If only you could you see yourself.