The big news this week, of course, is the launch of U2’s Sirius XM station. Collin, Sherry, Ian and Mason discuss whether it’s worth the price of subscription, what it’s like to have U2 on speeddial and whether or not the band will go beyond t
Walk On was once one of U2’s most beloved anthems of hope, courage and activism. In recent years, the band has had to distance themselves from the song’s inspiration, Aung San Suu Kyi, and haven’t played it since. Inspired by Ian Ryan’s recent
How has U2’s music been used cinematically? Film critics Collin Souter and David Fowlie run down U2’s entire history of music as it pertains to usage in movies and television, as well as staring roles, cameos and U2-based storylines.
Part 2 of a downloadable commentary track to be played alongside the U2: Experience + Innocence - Live in Berlin concert video, available to subscribers of U2.com. Cue the video up to the 58:00 minute mark.
Join Aaron Govern, Brian Betteridge, and Eric Gifford as they chat about U2 vinyl. In this episode, they’ll discuss equipment, rare releases, the new colored vinyl editions, and take questions from fans on social media.
Aaron, Becky, Christopher, and Chris got on their boots to talk about U2’s 2009 album No Line on the Horizon. How does it hold up? What about the 360 tour? Are we still going crazy if we don’t go crazy tonight? Listen and find out!
It’s a musical journey and we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of that journey U2 took on Rattle and Hum - the movie and the album. Matt, Collin, and Chris are your guides for this discussion of U2’s trip into the heartland of America.
Eric, Marylinn, Matt, and Chris convene to talk about the final songs of U2’s albums - which ones we loved, which we hated, and which ones we thought could’ve worked better elsewhere. Lots of fun listener comments on this topic as well.