Talking all things U2 including new album news, tour dates, commentary, and community discussions from the staff of @U2.
All That You Can't Leave Behind 20th Anniversary. 'Who put Bono in charge of the itinerary?'
Collin, Amy, Becky and newcomer Marty Venturo talk about their memories of the release of All That You Can’t Leave Behind: The music, artwork, connections to 9/11 and what the album means to them.
Sirius - Being Born
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 the surface of things in their catalog for content. This brings up the next discussion, a deep dive into one of U2’s deepest album cuts, FEZ - Being Born.
Walk On: We're Stealing It Back.
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 Like A Song article, Ian, Amy, Becky and Collin talk about what the song means to them and how it can be re-purposed so it can be enjoyed again.
Love To Walk Those Movie Sets - U2 In The Movies
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: E+I - Live In Berlin Commentary Track
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.
PART 1: U2 E+I - Live In Berlin Commentary Track
Part 1 of a downloadable commentary track to be played alongside the U2: Experience + Innocence: Live In Berlin concert video, available to subscribers of U2.com.
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Found What I'm Looking For, But...
I have been listening to the album reviews and have enjoyed the insight everyone has provided. My only complaint with the podcast is the constant "umm and uhh" from one of the panelists. Everyone brings a wealth of U2 knowledge to the podcast and it is just frustrating to hear "umm and uhh" being used every other few words
Favorite podcast about my favorite band
Keep them coming!
So much potential but so bad
I’m a massive u2 fan and I wish there was a good u2 podcast but there really isn’t. The audio is terrible. Maybe give up on the video. So many giggles and little inside jokes between hosts that aren’t that funny and make it hard to listen. Tons of ums and uhs.