Ziggy Stardust, Hunky Dory, Low, Heroes and Aladdin Sane are the albums I own.
Changed his music many times, wasn't afrain to try or do anything.
Plus his music is brilliant.
Life on Mars?, Queen Bitch, Eight Line Poem, Five Years, Starman, Ziggy & Lady Stardust, Moonage Daydream, Speed of Life, What in the World, A New Career in a New Town, Sound and Vision, "Heroes", Sons of the Silent Age, Joe the Lion, Time, Watch That Man, Lady Grinning Soul... the list never ends.
One of my all time fave artists. So varied and sometimes strange throughout his career but I love almost all his albums...Lets dance , Never let you down & Tonight being pretty poor by his standards IMO.
"I didn't like the album title personally. I wasn't sure how ironic you could be in rock 'n' roll and I suspected that you couldn't be very ironic at all. Calling it Pop carried the wrong message. It wasn't a pop album, it was a modern album, but U2 were still a rock 'n' roll band."
- Paul McGuinness on Pop
did you know
U2 intended to release No Line on the Horizon in November 2008; after composing 50 to 60 songs, they postponed the release because they wanted to continue writing.