- Like Totally 80s: Rattle and Hum
- Where the Streets Have No Name
- "Where the Streets Have No Name" - U2
Like Totally 80s: Rattle and Hum
Aug 14, U2 - Where The Streets Have No Name (Rattle And Hum) - Live @ Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona -and the full how lcm of 2 and 5
Thanks for having us at your festival last night, lovely audience and a great festival. See you again soon. A big thank you to Rattle N Hum Ireland and to the people who came out to rock the Marquee last night!! Who's coming? Check out below for all our upcoming shows. There are links to tickets on the public ones.
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Director. Phil Joanou Producer: Michael Hamlyn. Executive Producer: Paul McGuinness. Location. Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona. Date. Dezember .
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The song had a difficult gestation during the recording sessions for the album, with the band struggling to make it gel. At one point, after weeks of frustrating work, producer Brian Eno attempted to erase the master tapes so that the band would be forced to start fresh on the song. Engineer Pat McCarthy stepped in at the last minute and prevented Eno from carrying out his plan. Only one photograph of Adam was used for this release across all formats, unlike the previous two singles, which incorporated different sleeve photos depending on the format. The single was initially planned for release on August 24, , but an unknown production issue resulted in a one-week delay.
Todd : Hey, come watch a movie with me. Todd VO : 'Cause they're out there. There's a significant chunk of U2 haters in the world who think Bono is the most intolerable, self-righteous, overblown, pumped-up dilettante who ever lived. You know, it's not like I don't think Bono can be all those things—I have eyes—it's just never bothered me. So he wants to get up on his soapbox and act like he can change the world.
It is the opening track from their album The Joshua Tree and was released as the album's third single in August The song's hook is a repeating guitar arpeggio using a delay effect, played during the song's introduction and again at the end. Lead vocalist Bono wrote the lyrics in response to the notion that it is possible to identify a person's religion and income based on the street on which they lived, particularly in Belfast. During the band's difficulties recording the song, producer Brian Eno considered erasing the song's tapes to have them start from scratch. The song has remained a staple of their live act since the song debuted in on The Joshua Tree Tour. In an upstairs room at Melbeach House—his newly purchased home—he used a four-track tape machine to record an arrangement of keyboards, bass, guitar, and a drum machine.
Where the Streets Have No Name
U2 - Running to stand still - Where the Streets have no name ZooTV Sydney
"Where the Streets Have No Name" - U2
It seems U2 couldn't decide exactly how to commemorate their coronation as rock's new socially conscious kings. So after the multi-platinum success of The Joshua Tree and the celebratory sold-out tour of the world's biggest arenas that followed, they hedged their bets a bit. The result was 's Rattle and Hum , which combined an album's worth of new studio material with live covers and new takes on several of their biggest hits. Together it was all a bit too much. More importantly, with a running time of one hour and 12 minutes, it wantonly violated the rules of our Minute Album Police.