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Recommended U2 Discography
The Joshua Tree
All That You Can't Leave Behind
The Best of 1990-2000
The Best of 1980-1990
The only thing I can say is that I'm a critic U2 fan, and I recommend this album a lot.
To put it more clearly, U2 have played it safe yet again with this album and for me that is not what great rock bands are about.
There are four great and defining U2 albums; War, Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby and, yes, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb.
After five successful discs in a row, U2 came up with a stuff titled “How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb”. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ivan Howe The Great
After many years listening to How to dismantle an Atom Bomb, i gotta say that this is not my favourite U2 album, but some songs are among the U2 best like Vertigo, Man and Woman,... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Fluminense
Many U2 purists feel like this album is a low point for the band, but I'd disagree. This album may not reach the heights of their earlier work, but that doesn't mean it's garbage. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Pierre Conrad
One of the elite U2 albums. I feel like this album doesn't get its due among the rest of U2's catalog, but I would put it on the same footing as The Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chance
We had to wait around 15 years to hear a solid rock album from them, it finally came and this is it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jona
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I agree that progress is very subjective in regards to U2. I don't find the past two albums to be subpar at all and I found significant "progress" being made. Just because U2 acknowledges and embraces its past doesn't mean they've taken a step backward.
I love the U2 of the 90s. ... Read More
Sep 12, 2007 by Jeffrey Rickel | See all 5 posts