Two U2 fans review all of the band's output, beginning with their studio albums: Boy, October, War, The Unforgettable Fire, The Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby!, Zooropa, Pop, All That You Can't Leave Behind, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, No Line On The Horizon, Songs Of Innocence and Songs of Experience.
Join us on our musical journey from innocence to experience. Please rate and review on iTunes, let us know what you think via Soundcloud comments, our Facebook page (facebook.com/revU22U/), our Twitter page (twitter.com/rev_u2) or get in touch directly at email@example.com.
Episode 35: U2 Go Home - Live from Slane Castle
Jonny, Tyler and a returning friend chew over U2's momentous homecoming gig at Slane Castle, a gig marked by grief, tribalism and an acute demand for tickets. This is our first live-show episode for a while; we hope you liiike itttt!
Special thanks to twitter users: Graham (@joshthetree)Mark(@iamjurassicmark)and Joel (@McDonnellJoel) for their excellent U2-Detective skills.
Episode 34: U2 and Broken Fingaz Crew, SoE Videos
In a RevU2 first, Tyler and Jonny review three of U2's music videos from Songs of Experience, each created with or by the superbly-talented Broken Fingaz Crew.
Let us know which music videos you'd most like us to discuss in future via all the usual links at the end of the show.
Episode 33: The Million Dollar Hotel (Film & Soundtrack Review)
Tyler and Jonny book in for a brief (well, nearly 2 hour) stay at the Million Dollar Hotel, reviewing the movie itself and the soundtrack from U2 et al.
DISCLAIMER: This episode was recorded prior to the second Greater Manchester lockdown and the unfortunate cancellation of the Welcome to the North Side festival (so Tyler isn't off to Dublin as mentioned here).
BONUS EPISODE: 4th Anniversary Special #AskUsAnything Vol. 2
Jonny and Tyler ask where has the time gone and answer your second batch of questions. Thanks to all our listeners, long-time and just-arrived.
TUML 14 - Funeral by Arcade Fire
Jonny and Tyler pay their respects to one of the strongest debuts of the 2000s and discuss the ever-crossing paths of U2 and Arcade Fire.
TUML 13 - La Petite Mort by James
Tyler's pick this time is James - no, not one of their 90s classics, but the more recent (and nonetheless catchy) La Petit Mort. With a sceptical Jonny and few U2 links to speak off, how will RevU2 fare? Sit down and have a listen...