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"U2s are more punk rock now than they started."
U2's Bono and Adam Clayton talk about the joys of the road trip and the completion phase of their new record at the Chris Moyles Show. Front man and bassist Adam Clayton went to Chris Moyles Show this morning (October 28th) to talk about everything from their new tracks to their iNNOCENCE & eXPERIENCE touring.
The front man added that the group had already written "10-12" tracks for their new record. U2 will continue their iNNOCENCE MEETING tour next Thursday (October 29th) in London at the O2 Arena and finish their concert series at the Dublin 3Arena on November 28th.
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Even if you feel rancid or burned, never judge a disc from the press kit. At any rate, we make a taboo about it, because a record must be judged by the music it contains and only afterwards and possibly for every superstructure, including those of our market. With increasing intensity Hold/Still has dispelled all doubts and left room for praise for a change in continuity that is very rare in the age of hit and run.
In their place, to come into play and question the deepening of an experimental soul that has patience and then pays interest. The fact is that the guys with the experienced perfectionist John Congleton ended up in the Dallas recording room instead of Jace Lasek, and the choice has led to a "philosophical" change in the approach to recording: essentially recorded live, the songs benefit from a bang that is present even in the most muffled or articulated passages.
Getd/Still then confirms its creators under the important names of contemporary events thanks to a modern post-punk with increasingly pronounced personality and maturity. Amidst these sides of a sick and blessed environment of ghosts from clusters and early power plants, the terrible mutant trip-hop lamer kneads your synapses and explains the unhealthy air he draws.
Where the above certainly doesn't save on acumen and whip, between the resonances of the first Cabaret Voltaire corrected with the nerve of the most surgical Wire (case), insights, the young and gloomy Human League (the clever instrument, an infinity that brings everything back to Sheffield at the end of the program), episodes injecting codeine into the veins of Ultravox! and Radiohead (Un-No).
The rough and sharp silicon electronics were dismantled with human-like stone and hardened with sulfuric acid baths, which shows how much more convincing experimentation is when combined with the double thread with writing. When the excellent resistance then fits irresistible peaks on a game of empty and full spaces, And Tenon stages the alienation in electro-rock sauce and Translate unravels with maximum efficiency a circular minimalism herb.
Both abstractly and physically, Hold/Still is a horn of plenty of ideas that does not grant discounts to anyone.