All U2 19 Albums
Released: Nov 19, 1991
Reinventions rarely come as thorough and effective as Achtung Baby, an album that completely changed U2's sound and style.
Released: Oct 31, 2000
The title signifies more than it seems, since the group sifts through its past.
Released: Nov 18, 2003
The DVD contains the entire slane castle concert from September 1st. 'Mysterious Ways' is not part of the concert, but listed as a 'bonus track'.
Released: Nov 23, 2004
U2 still are expert craftsmen, capable of creating records with huge melodic and sonic hooks, of which there are many on HTDAAB.
Released: Mar 3, 2009
The Irish legends return with thee sweeping and shimmering brand of rock you have come to expect from them. But are there any classic singles to be found on the album?
U2 sounded so confident and assured on their debut that perhaps it was inevitable they would stumble slightly on its follow-up, October.
Released: Mar 3, 1997
Less experimental and more song-oriented than "Zooropa," "Pop" attempts to sell the glitzy rush of techno to an audience weaned on arena rock.
Released: Sep 18, 2007
The Pop era for many was when U2 took it too far. The brash punkiness of Boy and War and the melodic intensity of Unforgettable Fire and Joshua Tree was totally abandoned.
Rattle and Hum is by far the least-focused record U2 ever made.
Released: Mar 1, 2004
Rattle and Hum is not a film for anyone looking for an introduction to Irish band U2's career in the 1980s, but it is a vibrant portrait of an established group making its musical pilgrimage through the America.
U2's thirteenth album, "Songs of Innocence," made massive waves in the news, but does the music live up to the buzz?
Released: Nov 10, 1998
Rolling merrily from 1980 to 1989, this particular Best Of is an unsurprisingly scattershot experience.
Released: Nov 5, 2002
"The Best of 1990-2000" is the second greatest hits compilation album by Irish rock band U2.
Comprised of material recorded in America and Germany, Under a Blood Red Sky draws equally from the band's first three albums.
Released: Nov 15, 2005
This DVD captures the band on two nights during their tour to support How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb.
Released: Feb 28, 1983
U2 always aimed at greatness, but "War" was the first time they achieved it.
Released: Sep 19, 2006
This is U2 at their creative highpoint. Zoo TV was far ahead of it's time, and is captured very well on this release.
As the album winds to a close, it drifts off track, yet the best moments of Zooropa rank among U2's most inspired and rewarding music.