'commitment to helping others with the addiction recovery process.'
Heading back to North America, Mexico and South America.
Limited edition on vinyl, our 2017 Subscribers Gift
Rarities, outtakes, b-sides and remixes. Available now.

ALL NEWS

31 July, 1984
U2 play in New Zealand for the first time
30 April, 1984
Work begins on The Unforgettable Fire with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois
31 October, 1983
An album of confident excitement, the work of a band completely secure about their powers... Bill Graham reviews Under A Blood Red Sky
31 October, 1983
Stairway to Heaven for smart people-even if it is played a tad too fast-and it kicks Under a Blood Red Sky over the rainbow...
31 October, 1983
A kind of grace through simplicity...
31 October, 1983
Debut in Japan at Festival Hall, Osaka
31 July, 1983
Headline A Day At The Races in Dublin, supported by Eurythmics and Simple Minds
31 May, 1983
Red Rocks concert in Denver.
31 January, 1983
This is U2's most developed and mature album both lyrically and musically...
31 January, 1983
In spite of itself War is another example of rock music's impotence and decay...
31 January, 1983
'Complementing U2's lyrical growth is a newly developed dark sense of humour, which the band uses to striking effect throughout ...
31 July, 1982
U2 begin work on War at Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin
31 March, 1982
A Celebration goes to No 47 in the UK charts
31 October, 1981
U2's contribution to the progress of rock is that they've divorced guitar heroics from the idea of a dazzling guitar hero.
30 September, 1981
October is a musical and spiritual growth for U-2, a passionate and moving LP for me.
30 September, 1981
U2 will endure. October hits that home magnificently. It's just how they will endure that'll trouble us come U2 '3' or '4'.
30 September, 1981
U2, I guess, will continue to "move" in live performance, just like James Brown. But they will only move on the lightest surface.
30 September, 1981
'Needs time to work its way into your heart...'

'It's not a fashionable record either, because it needs time to work ...
28 February, 1981
Boy released in US and reaches No 63 in the chart
30 November, 1980
Debut American gig at The Ritz in New York.
31 October, 1980
Boy released in Ireland and UK. Peaks at No 52 in the British charts
25 October, 1980
As is common with most debut LPs these days, 'Boy' is a compilation of life-time best. (Hopefully a beginning. U2 have a long way to grow.)
10 October, 1980
I wouldn't worry about U-2 selling out because I know they will
04 October, 1980
U2 take us over the top
1
30 September, 1980
The sheer exuberance that redeems these 11 songs is admirably fresh...
Boo Browning in The Washington Post

New Comments

15 November, 2017
Angie Pike
Seeing U2 again! This time no long road trip, no hotel room 10 miles from my house. U2 is worth... 
AngiePike
15 November, 2017
Thank you for this honest assessment
I am relieved to see the Band's statement with regard to the current situation in the former... 
Tracy M
14 November, 2017
Stick to the music AND the politics, guy
You always kept your fingers on the pulse of both; I, and very many others, love and respect... 
dmway