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27 August, 2001
Edge, Michael Stipe and film maker Jim Sheridan all feature in New York Tumble, a documentary about Bono, Guggi and Gavin Friday to be aired on Irish TV station RTE this Tuesday
25 August, 2001
Judas betraying Jesus, the 'troubles' in Northern Ireland past and present, heroin addiction and gun-running in South America, writes Ben Gilbert for DotMusic.co.uk.
23 August, 2001
There is a simple reason that U2 can make the casually patronising claim that they are "reapplying" to be the best band in the world, writes Peter Aspen of the Financial Times.
21 August, 2001
Liam Gallagher of Oasis was one of a small army of famous faces at U2's opening night in London - and by all accounts he was impressed.
21 August, 2001
Four years ago it was all oversized lemons, giant video screens and generous portions of irony. Oh, and stadiums, writes Sky News Online reporter Rob Cole.
21 August, 2001
Four years ago it was all oversized lemons, giant video screens and generous portions of irony. Oh, and stadiums, writes Sky News Online reporter Rob Cole.
17 August, 2001
The final notes of the intro tape, the Beatles' "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," faded, writes Andy Coleman, and four musicians ambled on to the NEC stage - Birmingham Evening Mail
16 August, 2001
After the spectacular multi-media extravaganzas of recent years, U2 - holders of the unofficial title, The Greatest Rock'n'Roll Band In ...
14 August, 2001
On Saturday U2's world tour hit Manchester, and our critic, David Sinclair, is still reeling.
14 August, 2001
U2 are leaving behind the technology and irony overdoses of their past two tours. Gone are the 40 foot lemons, Trabants ...
14 August, 2001
Andrew Perry sees U2, under minimal white lighting, produce a memorable performance in Manchester. U2, it's been agreed, are back. Quite ...
14 August, 2001
On Saturday U2's world tour hit Manchester, and our critic, David Sinclair, is still reeling.
14 August, 2001
U2 kick-started their bid to regain the title of best band in the world with a sizzling show in Manchester - Manchester Evening News
10 August, 2001
'We've been It before and we're It again,' explains Bono in an interview for the cover of London listings ...
03 August, 2001
U2's Shows in Arnhem, Holland have been winning high praise in the Dutch media.
03 August, 2001
The venue is a mosquito-riddled outdoor bowl that once showcased Nazi muscle during the 1936 Berlin Olympics, writes Stuart Bailie ...
19 July, 2001
U2 go back to basics with a display of raw energy and stamina on their latest tour, reports the BBC's ...
19 July, 2001
U2 go back to basics with a display of raw energy and stamina on their latest tour, reports the BBC's ...
11 July, 2001
U2 wanted intimacy with its worldwide Elevation tour and it certainly got just that in Copenhagen, writes Charles Ferro of Billboard.Com
11 July, 2001
U2 wanted intimacy with its worldwide Elevation tour and it certainly got just that in Copenhagen, writes Charles Ferro of ...
09 July, 2001
The long-awaited second U2 date at Slane Castle went on sale yesterday - and all 80,000 were sold in 94 minutes.
04 July, 2001
The Edge explains 'U2's call To Disarm' on the Elevation Tour at RollingStone.com.



On their recently wrapped tour, U2 used their ...
27 June, 2001
Like Chuck Berry and Jimi Hendrix, the Edge changed our perception of rock guitar according to a new profile at Guitar.Com.
19 June, 2001
Making a stop on its Elevation Tour at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, Ann Powers of The New York Times writes that U2 turned each song into a musical rocket ship aimed heavenward.
19 June, 2001
U2 present simpler, more intimate fare at Madison Square Garden on Sunday writes Isaac Guzman of the New York Daily ...
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