Adam Clayton

U2 – Songs of Surrender (Album Review)

With a history that dates back over four decades, U2 has clearly made a massive impact on the popular music landscape that goes deep beneath the surface. One of the world’s best-selling music artists, having sold an estimated 150–170 million records worldwide over the course ... Read More

U2 – War 35 Years Later

Ireland’s unwavering, glorious sons U2 soared to mountainous ranges after the worldwide success of their critically acclaimed fifth, 1987’s The Joshua Tree. However, in fairness to the prolific, enduring, and eternally relevant Post-Punk New Wave band that was formed in 1976, in Dublin, Ireland, they ... Read More

U2’s The Joshua Tree Turns 30

U2 needs no further introduction to any self-respecting Rock music aficionado; and The Joshua Tree remains, unarguably and doubtlessly, the iconic and enduring Irish band’s greatest album in all fronts. However, this does not mean that the album’s contents are far more superior in musicality ... Read More