The music didn’t end at …the end. Lots of artists included “hidden” messages in that last little bit of vinyl grooves.
After mega-success, U2 decided to try something entirely different. And producer Brian Eno joined them to become “Passengers.”
For their fourth album, U2 channeled deeper aspects of both America and their native Ireland. It proved one of their most interesting.
There’s an intriguing (and far richer) backstory to that music you might hear in your local yoga studio. A new compilation sheds light on the complex influences rooted in Japan.