When it comes to LiveAid, Queen got most of the buzz. But U2 was right there with a passionate performance that put them on the map.
With only two albums, Joy Division left a massive imprint on music. “Unknown Pleasures” was the starting point.
From Sammy Davis, Jr. to Miriam Makeba, Bono and Joan Baez – these intimate books turn the life of a musician inside out. The experience ain’t what you might think it is.
“Achtung Baby” is one of U2’s best. Inspired by French singers, Berlin grooves and a whole lot of intra-band pain. And it turns out to be prescient to what’s happening in the world today.
If you were a teen three decades ago, chances are you listened to classic 1980s albums like “Purple Rain,” “Appetite for Destruction,” and “Rio.”