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I too think that Joshua Tree remains (by far) their high point.  I have Achtung Baby but nothing more recent until the new one, which is OK but I doubt I'd have paid money for it.  

 

How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (featuring the single "Vertigo") was also pretty good.

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Main Entry: blo·vi·ate
Pronunciation: ˈblō-vē-ˌāt
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): blo·vi·at·ed; blo·vi·at·ing
Etymology: perhaps irregular from 1blow
Date: circa 1879
intransitive verb
: to speak or write verbosely and windily

Isn't it time for you to go breastfeed?

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One can only be an indignant hipster political protest band for so long.  After a time, it is becomes tedious to find a new cause celebre annually.

 

The best bands have always been the ones that would reinvent themselves and experiment with new sounds and new ideas. U2 fit this category around the time of The Joshua Tree and then Rattle and Hum. I'm not so sure about today, but then my own musical tastes have taken me away from that band. Bands and performers trying to hold on to one sound or one theme will become irrelevant and stale.

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