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There is no denying that U2 is one of the most iconic, loved, and yes, important rock bands in the world. And even if they can’t match John Lennon’s boast that they’re bigger than Jesus, Bono’s attempt to turn his celebrity toward the greater good hasn’t hurt his saintly stature. While most long-lived bands will see members come and go, the lineup of Bono (vocals), The Edge (guitar), Adam Clayton (bass) and Larry Mullen, Jr. (drums) has remained unchanged since the Dublin-born band established itself with a string of post-punk-influenced, protest-minded albums in the early ‘80s. The Joshua Tree (1987) and Rattle & Hum (1988) capped this first phase of U2’s career. The following decade found the quartet both embracing and undercutting their mega-star status as they experimented with the dance beats and multimedia theatrics of pop. Beginning with 2000’s All That You Can’t Leave Behind, U2 returned to its rock roots and embarked on a “mature” phase that included record-setting tour grosses and induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. With the release of No Line on the Horizon in March 2009 (30 years after their first EP) , the 360 Tour the same year, and promises of a thirteenth studio album to come, U2 shows no signs of slowing down.

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