I just registered here with the Houston show coming up, but I thought I would share a little history with you guys. I go to Death Valley twice a year and mainly look for petroglyphs, native american ruins etc. I thought I would give you all a tour of what lies just beyond the U2 tree by about 4 miles.
The mountains to the south of the tree hold the secrets
Here we are- my username is Coso, the name of the mountains, and also the name of the rock art style found within them. This is all found on Upper Centennial Flat.
If you all are interested in more, I can show you more!
"I thought of Zooropa at the time as a work of genius. I really thought our pop discipline was matching our experimentation and this was our Sgt Pepper. I was a little wrong about that."
- Bono on the Zooropa album
did you know
Twenty songs were recorded for Zooropa during the sessions, but ultimately 10 were chosen for the final track listing. One piece that was left off the record was "In Cold Blood", which featured somber lyrics written by Bono in response to the Bosnian War and was previewed prior to the album's release.