"The emotion in the air at the end of the show with "Ne me quitte pas," "People Have the Power," and the Eagles of Death Metal performance gives this show the title of favorite. U2 united a city together after an act of terrorism through music alone. To me, it showcases the potential of music as a language."
"Well it's "Zooropa" right now, but that could change tomorrow. Zooropa is an incredible piece of music. It has three distinct parts: the intro, the "mellow" first section, and the upbeat ending. It has an inspiring message of "dream out loud" (a message that appears in other U2 songs as well)."
Fan of U2 since 2008, fan of music for my whole life. Violist. Currently studying physics.
"The album doesn't seem to have any physical place that it's centred in. Instead, to me the songs feel like overheard conversations. It's like a movie that opens in he middle of a scene. You're brought immediately into the action." - Bono on Pop
did you know
'40' from the War album almost was never recorded. The band (minus Adam Clayton who had left the studio) had gone over their booked studio time, but convinced the studio manager to let them record '40'. It has closed many show since. The Edge plays both electric and bass guitar on the song.