48 episodes

Two bespectacled 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 eventually Songs of Experience.

Join us on our musical journey from innocence to experience. We advise listening along with the albums as we review them. Please rate and review on iTunes, let us know what you think via Soundcloud comments and our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/revU22U/) or get in touch directly at revu2contact@gmail.com.

The U2 Podcast RevU2

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Two bespectacled 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 eventually Songs of Experience.

Join us on our musical journey from innocence to experience. We advise listening along with the albums as we review them. Please rate and review on iTunes, let us know what you think via Soundcloud comments and our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/revU22U/) or get in touch directly at revu2contact@gmail.com.

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

extremelyRed ,

No Line On The Horizon

Totally disagree with album review, mostly a very good album with some great track. Title track in particular is outstanding.

TDavid15 ,

In-Depth Podcast For Any U2 Fan!

Fantastic deep dives into so many different aspects of U2’s career. Johnny and Tyler bring a wealth of knowledge to a podcast that revels in the details. And that is what is so entertaining: For any super fan who has been waiting for a podcast to address U2’s music on a thoughtful, informed, and dare I say intellectual way, this is for you. Yet, the focus is balanced with a delightful back and forth between the hosts. It really sounds like two buddies chatting about their favorite band. Also, I really respect their willingness to critique the band and their music. Sometimes I think U2 fans can treat the band and it’s music as above critique. This is a podcast that takes an honest look at their career, it has been very refreshing.

Looking forward to more episodes to come! Keep recording!

caralync ,

Fantastic discussions!

I have been at the point of tears of joy several times while listening to this podcast. And I’ve only listened to the first 3 installments! Why? Because these are the discussions of U2’s music that I’ve been waiting to have/hear since I started listening as a 12 year old in 1984! I’ve never met other fans who could talk in this way about the music—on both musical and emotional levels. Sure, when I was 12 and bought my copies of War and Unforgettable Fire at the same time, I didn’t have all these thoughts yet. This podcast is fantastic. A must for U2 fans: informative and (dare I say it?) instructive for newer fans, absolutely essential for those of us who have been listening to the band and parsing these albums out track by track for years. Well done!

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