U2’s ‘The Joshua Tree’ feat. ‘Where the Streets Have No Name’

U2’s ‘The Joshua Tree’ feat. ‘Where the Streets Have No Name’ is their fifth studio album produced by Daniel Lanois & Brian Eno and was released on March 9, 1987 by Island Records.

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Track Listing : 1.Where The Streets Have No Name (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 05:38 . 2.I Still Haven’T Found What I’M Looking For (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 04:38 . 3.With Or Without You (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 04:56 . 4.Bullet The Blue Sky (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 04:32 . 5.Running To Stand Still (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 04:18 . 6.Red Hill Mining Town (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 04:54 . 7.In God’S Country (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 02:57 . 8.Trip Through Your Wires (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 03:33 . 9.One Tree Hill (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 05:23 . 10.Exit (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 04:13 . 11.Mothers Of The Disappeared (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr.) – 05:12

Musicians : U2 – Band . Bono – Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Guitars . The Edge – Guitars, Backing Vocals, Piano . Adam Clayton – Bass Guitar . Larry Mullen Jr. – Drums, Percussion . Brian Eno – Keyboards, Dx7 Programming, Backing Vocals . Daniel Lanois – Tambourine, Omnichord, Additional Guitar, Backing Vocals . The Armin Family – Strings On (9) . The Arklow Silver Band – Brass On (6)

Production : Produced By Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno . Bob Doidge – Engineer . Flood – Engineer . Mary Kettle – Mixing Assistant . Steve Lillywhite – Mixing . Pat Mccarthy – Engineer . Dave Meegan – Engineer . Mark Wallis – Mixing

Arrangements : Paul Barrett

Package : Steve Averill – Art Direction . Anton Corbijn – Photography . Bill Flanagan – Liner Notes

Recorded January 1986 – January 1987 At Sts Studios Danesmoate House Melbeach Windmill Lane Studios.

Released On March 9, 1987 By Island.

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NME
25 Years On, U2’s ‘The Joshua Tree’ Still Sounds IncredibleU2’s magnum opus isn’t just a shoo-in for the title of best-album-named-after-vegetation, pissing all over Radiohead’s ‘The King Of Limbs’ like an incontinent Jack Russell. It might even be the best album of 1987 (I said ‘might’). […]

Phoenix New Times
Why U2’s The Joshua Tree Is OverratedWhen you compare The Edge’s minimalist sound on The Joshua Tree to the rhythm-and-blues stylings he utilizes on Rattle and Hum’s (and the band’s) best single, “Desire,” you realize how little effort was expended by a man who is considered to be one of the best guitarists in rock music today. […]

Slant Magazine
Beautiful sights will bring out the cornball in most anyone, and Bono’s earnestness is perfectly supported by Eno’s extraordinary production work; rarely has a work of art been so majestic and yet so stupid. […]

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