From left to right :
The Edge, Adam Clayton, Bono, Larry Mullen Jr.
Genres: Pop Rock, New Wave, Post
The Edge (guitar,
Adam Clayton (bass)
Larry Mullen Jr.
Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame
The greatest band
in the world
U2 constitutes one of the rare groups to
have been as much successful with a large audience as with the critics
during more than 2 decades. They knew to evolve artistically in their music
while putting a particular effort on the lyrics, and they succeeded in being
socially engaged throughout their career. Moreover, the 4 members didnít
change since their beginnings more than 30 years ago, staying good friends
with each other, which is exceptional.
In the Eighties, one regarded U2 as the
greatest band in the world and they could preserve this title throughout the
following decade, in spite of albums a little more disappointing, more
experimental. We have to say that after the masterpiece of 1987, The
Joshua Tree, too much was awaited from the group and it was impossible
to produce. Despite everything, they knew to rebound in 2000 with the
excellent All That You Can't Leave Behind, a remarkable album and the
best of the year 2000.
U2 was inducted into the Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame in 2005. The entire planet is in a hurry to see
what they will be able to offer us in the next years. Long life to U2!
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