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Ordinary Love, new cut of the video from Oliver Jeffers and Mac Premo
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NEWS - Reviews

07 January, 2008
'U23D' 'amazes when the concert feels most alive,' reports Variety Magazine. 'Bono reaching out into the crowd, a girl ...
18 October, 2007
'The Joshua Tree is U2's most varied, subtle and accessible album,' wrote the reviewer in Rolling Stone in 1987. 'Although it doesn't contain any sure-fire smash hits. '
17 October, 2007
'The Joshua Tree is U2's most varied, subtle and accessible album,' wrote the reviewer in Rolling Stone in 1987. 'Although it doesn't contain any sure-fire smash hits. '
20 December, 2006
How Come? Well, Tamara Kendall from the UK won the 'Hunt The Lyric' competition for those return flights and tickets ...
25 May, 2005
That was the view of the Boston Herald after Tuesday's first show in the city.
12 April, 2005
San Francisco Chronicle find the new show 'richly emotional', every song 'a
towering epic'.

'That Bono.' writes Joel Selvin. 'One moment he's ...
02 February, 2005
The NME in the UK is quite taken with U2's new single, 'Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own'
17 November, 2004
Which explains U2's 'brilliance', according to a glowing review of the new album in Rolling Stone.
12 November, 2004
The album reviews are coming in thick and fast and, guess what, MOJO love the new record!
05 November, 2004
The Sunday Times in the UK carries a monster U2 feature this weekend, great reading in the countdown to the ...
01 November, 2004
'That post-irony purple patch shows no sign of ending.' Q loves the Bomb.
24 March, 2003
The Hands That Built America didn't take the Oscar, but the band performed an outstanding version - with a new lyric.
07 November, 2002
Two new songs, classic cuts, plus a remixed look at the band's third decade...Rolling Stone on 'U2:Best of 1990-2000'
31 October, 2002
Two new songs, classic cuts, plus a remixed look at the band's third decade...
11 February, 2002
'Nowhere to hide, no big lemon, no big screens, no toys to play with.' says Ned O'Hanlon, producer of U2...
29 January, 2002
U2's Live From Boston and DVD is at No.1 ...
30 November, 2001
'The world has changed, but not U2's mission.' Bono talks to Erik Philbrook of Playback Magazine.
29 November, 2001
The theme this evening was love, writes Timothy Finn of the Kansas City Star,fraternal, communal and spiritual love.
20 November, 2001
U2 reassert themselves as rock and roll contenders, writes Kim Johnson in the Daily Californian, and prove that, they remain a Band That Matters.
15 November, 2001
U2 proves why it is the greatest rock band of its time, reports Troy J Augusto of Variety.
14 November, 2001
"U2's hits, recharged with Bono's sincerity, powerfully resonate with new meaning in the post-Sept. 11 world, writes Robert Hilburn of the Los Angeles Times.
14 November, 2001
"U2's hits, recharged with Bono's sincerity, powerfully resonate with new meaning in the post-Sept. 11 world, writes Robert Hilburn of ...
09 November, 2001
The most successful tour of 2001 returned to the Pepsi Center on Wednesday night writes G. Brown of the Denver Post.
29 October, 2001
Garbage singer Shirley Manson is enjoying touring with U2, judging by her online diary.
29 October, 2001
U2 provided New York fans with something that could not be summed up in a slogan, writes Isaac Guzman, of the New York Daily News.
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