Lately (last 2 weeks) I´ve been only listening to U2, but it´s not like I´m always listening to music. Only when I´m driving and because of the pandemic, that only happens during the weekends. To avoid the "U2-burnout" I try to put the songs in shuffle, or select a tour or a show randomly. It's not like I listen to U2 for hours every day.
Listening to very little of anything but my U2 consumption is mostly made up of finding new or forgotten gems on youtube. Thoroughly enjoyable and keeping the flame alive (as usual though very little of it is post 2001).
Barely any at all this year, but it’s been coming back the past few months. Listening to U2 is like being a coal miner or drug addict, sometimes you hit a vein. Also walked past the Dublin Hard Rock recently and memories of mystery bad came back @germcevoy
"When I was a kid in Dublin, I watched in awe as America put a man on the moon. We thought, you know, this is mad. Nothing is impossible in America. In America, they can do anything over there."
did you know
Starting from Summer 2007 to Summer 2008, U2 had written and recorded 50-60 songs for a new record with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. 11 of these were released on 2009's No Line On The Horizon.