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'Abandoning the stadium-size sincerity of LPs like The Joshua Tree, they went to Berlin, drew on krautrock and club music and created what Bono called "probably the heaviest record we've ever made" – a barrage of irony, distortion and still-huge hooks...'

Five star review from Rolling Stone for 20th anniversary edition of Achtung Baby.

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Adam, writing about contemporary art, for GQ Magazine

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'It seems like we've come full circle…' Talking to MOJO about The Joshua Tree thirty years on.

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