Originally posted by digitizeWhat is it about this album that is so amazing? Perhaps it is the fact that it brings out the strong Irish(-American) pride in me. Regardless, it is currently tied with Achtung for the honor of 'best U2 album' in my book. Hell, I even like Indian Summer Sky and EPAA. It might not be the strongest song-for-song, but, like Joshua Tree or Pop, its real strength comes from what it is as a whole.
Originally posted by MWSAH4th best album for me after JT/AB and ATYCLB. Great record, great songs with TUF as a stand-out.
Originally posted by germcevoyBeat by Achtung, Josh, Zooropa, Pop and Boy though
Originally posted by jpb
Also, the B-sides are great as someone mentioned - Three Sunrises, Loves Comes Tumbling, Bass Trap, 60 Seconds in Kingdom Come. Great stuff.
Originally posted by loftarasa[..]
I love that album as well. As a whole it's just great and a rather unusual listen compared to the first three albums, you know. I think with that album they def showed that they are a band that actually can/wants to develop, unlike other bands... and I especially kinda love "Elvis Presley And America" for some reason. The only song I usually skip is "4th of July". Heck the whole era is great!