U2101 – Kite

Even though it was never released as a single, U2’s song “Kite” has become a fan-favorite track. It’s not surprising that the song struck a chord with listeners. As Bono said “This song’s about letting go of somebody you don’t want to let go of”, and that’s a feeling that most of us can easily relate to.

U2 Drummer Seeks Musicians to Form Band

September 25: A Beautiful Day?

Was September 25 the date Larry posted the notice at the school, or was it the date of U2’s first meeting in his kitchen? *(Answer below). More importantly, will it be the date U2 releases Songs of Experience? That’s the question some of us are asking as we wait on a bed of nails for SOE to arrive, analyzing every sound that emits from Bono’s villa in Eze and scrutinizing his wine choices in Croatia. It would make perfect sense for that to be the release date, with the I Heart Radio appearance happening two days before. But forget “sense” for […]


U2101 – Pop Muzik

Although its mostly known to U2 fans as the pre-recorded opener to 1997’s Pop*Mart Tour, Pop Muzik was originally recorded and released back in 1979 by English musician Robin Scott, under the name M. The original song was a hit for Scott, reaching the top 10 in several countries, including the United States and his native UK. Scott has said that the song was his attempt to sum up the previous 25 years of popular music, saying “it’s all just pop music”.


New U2 album and tour in 2017

Bono revealed to the Spanish fan group ‘U2 en Espana’ that a new album and tour are in the works. “It’s [the new record] not finished yet but you will like it. In terms of lyrics it is stronger than WAR, it has more clarity,” Bono said. “The second part of the tour is for 2017… you might see a few things in September or October though,” he continued. Bandmate Adam Clayton also confirmed that the new record and tour will come within the next 6 months. Via:  


U2101 – I’m Not Your Baby

Over the years, U2 have recorded several songs for Wim Wenders films. From “Until the End of the World” and “Stay (Faraway So Close) in the early 1990’s, through “The Ground Beneath Her Feet” and “Stateless” (not to mention the assorted other songs that various members of the band contributed to) for the Million Dollar Hotel, which was co-written by Bono, the band have enjoyed a long and fruitful series of collaborations with the German film-maker.

Bono Peace Sign

What’s Happening with SOE?

No Bono, no peace sign! We have no chill right now. We’re on the edge over here, and not the kind that’s named David Evans. It’s the kind of edge you reach when you know U2 is oh-so-close to releasing their new album. I have a theory and an estimation to share. If the band’s photos from the last week are any indication – taken at various public places in Spain, on French Riviera boats and pretty much anywhere but a recording studio – it would almost seem like U2’s summer of busting their ass may be over for now. […]


U2101 – I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about “Stand Up Comedy”, a song that contains some lyrics that I referred to as “sloganeering”. Well, another song that fits the same mold, and also happens to be from the same album, is this week’s topic. Despite its similarities to “Stand Up Comedy”, “I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight” (hereafter shortened to simply “Crazy Tonight”) turned out quite a bit better than the former song, and is possibly the best song on No Line on the Horizon.

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