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No Line on the Horizon

U2 Audio CD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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1. No Line On The Horizon
2. Magnificent
3. Moment of Surrender
4. Unknown Caller
5. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
6. Get On Your Boots
7. Stand Up Comedy
8. Fez - Being Born
9. White As Snow
10. Breathe
11. Cedars Of Lebanon

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2009 album from arguable the biggest Rock band in the world. Written and recorded in various locations, No Line On The Horizon is the group's 12 studio album and is their first release since the mega-million selling How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, released in 2004. the album calls on the production talents of long time collaborators Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois with additional production by Steve Lillywhite. 11 tracks including the first single 'Get On Your Boots'.

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U2 No Line On The Horizon (2009 UK 11-track CD album - Produced by Brian Eno Daniel Lanois and Steve Lillywhite sessions for No Line On The Horizon began in Fez Morocco and continued at the bands Dublin studio New Yorks Platinum SoundRecording Studios and Londons Olympic Studios. No Line On The Horizon features the single Get On Your Boots and comes complete with a 24-page picture / lyric booklet)

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars U2 write their 3rd classic album Feb. 23 2009
Format:Audio CD
This is an album that has taken many years to write and it shows.

The album is full of very densely filled soundscapes and subtle tones very reminicent of 80s U2 for the most part but unlike the last 2 albums this does not sound forced and sounds like a massive step forward.

Track by Track Review:

No Line On The Horizon - Probably the most "Achtung Baby" type track on the record. The album comes out with a cluster of sound that wont be soon forgotton.

Magnificent - My personal favourite on this record has a very "Where The Streets Have No Name" flair to it but in a new way. It is like a new car with a new coat of paint.

Moment Of Surrender - Very Pink Floydish type ballad, again a very dense soundscape and really instead of U2 being a 4 piece band on this one they are a 6 piece band by including Lanios and Eno on the track in a major way. A gospel song if you were going to compaire it to anything it would probably have to be "I Still Havent Found What Im Looking For" but again in a very different mold.

Unknown Caller - A pretty experimental track that is hard to describe sound wise because it does not sound like anything really that U2 have done in the past. One of the real hidden gems of this record. U2 also show that they are Apple computer fans for you tech nerds out there :)

I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight - A very All That You Cant Leave Behind sounding track. A very nicely crafted pop song, fully expect that this one will be a radio single as it is very uplifting in the mold of "Beautiful Day".

Get On Your Boots - An uptempo rocker again with a lot of layering of sound. Most people should have already heard this track and will either love it or hate it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Achtung Baby! This is not their best album ever! March 6 2009
Format:Audio CD
Let me just say this: No Line On The Horizon is not the best record they've ever done, but it is nowhere near their worst (if they even have a bad record). For the fans that have followed faithfully from whenever, there is much to listen to. The casual fan, however, might get lost and wonder where tracks like "Vertigo" and "Elevation" ended up. I'm glad they've gone the experimental route, involving Eno and Lanois in the writing of many of the songs. The Edge is doing what he loves to do by crafting melodies and guitar hooks that get stretched out over aural landscapes as only Eno knows how. Bono's vocals are showing a little wear, but he wears them well on this record. His lyrics on the other hand, might be the weakest thing about the record, but not by much. He's challenged himself to write in the third person, creating characters that he can't inhabit - a Moroccan-French traffic cop; a soldier in Afghanistan; a war-correspondent. Bono as The Fly, Mirrorball Man, and MacPhisto wasn't a stretch; these are characters he was, is, and will be for some time. These guys are extensions of Bono on stage. By not writing from his point of view he may have shown his limitations. That said, this is sonically an ambitious record and worthy of most (but maybe not all) of the praise from the press.

Standout tracks: "No Line on the Horizon", "Magnificent", "Moment of Surrender", "Fez - Being Born", and "Breathe".
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Collectors edition yes..... but not worth the $$ April 3 2009
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I got this item because I'm a huge fan of U2 and I have pretty much everything they ever did (CD, BOOK, DVD..). This limited box set is amazing if your the type that keeps everything sealed, but if you use it like I do, its not worth it. The CD is the same as any other (content wise), the movie too, the hard cover book is only pictures (most of them U2.com members have already seen them) and the poster is nice but small and is folded so not too nice to put up. Basically i wish I had only got the regular CD and saved 70$.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Magnificent Anthemic Album! April 26 2009
By Martin A Hogan TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
U2's twelfth album brings this Irish phenomenon into a more complex and mature state in years. Its no wonder they took over David Letterman's show for a week as the only musical guest. With lots of welcome help from Brian Eno (ambience and edge) and Danny Lanois (unique guitar work), the band forges ahead on every track with a driving force that sucks you in.

Every cut is fantastic, but some standouts must be mentioned. "No Line On The Horizon" drives full throttle with The Edge creating a echo-like quality to his guitar and Adam Clayton leading with an even and forceful rhythm. "Magnificent" carries forth with several combinations of simple but effective riffs and drummer Larry Mullen Jr. and Adam Clayton bounce that beat along with Bono giving one of the more inventive vocals on the album. In fact, "Magnificent" is almost anthemic in its force. You can hear Eno's eerie ambient contribution on "Moment of Surrender" and that mood is carried throughout with Bono declaring, "I've been in every black hole" backed with a magical keyboard. "Get On Your Boots" is an excellent hard rocker with U2 going at it with hints of songs past. "FEZ-Being Born" and "White as Snow" show a strong influence by Brian Eno right from the start and U2 takes it and runs with it. In fact, Eno's signature is on every track. Finally, "Cedars of Lebanon" is a fine finishing track with clever percussion mixed with a quietly moody guitar and Bono spilling forth with some dark lyrics.

Released in five different packages, this is one of U2's greatest compliments and it will be interesting to see how many hits will end up being released. Every track is that good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars among their best - but not for casual U2 fans
This disc tends to grow on you, with fewer of the melodic song structures typical of U2, and using technology, but not over-using it... Read more
Published on Oct. 29 2010 by B. Keith
3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable
After buying How To Dismantle a Atomic Bomb before this I was very dissappointed. It's average album but better than most out there, but not a classic by a long shot. Read more
Published on Aug. 30 2010 by Ben Nicholson
4.0 out of 5 stars This is the definitive release of an album with some great songs
The packaging is a real treat and quite worth it to me, given that it comes with not only the deluxe version CD, but also a DVD, and hardcover book. Read more
Published on Nov. 18 2009 by Iqbal Faizer
5.0 out of 5 stars incredibly fantasitc AGAIN !!!!!
certain periods of my life mini life crisis u2 comes through for me when every thing else in this world is a failure. only 3 tracks donot like. Read more
Published on Oct. 23 2009 by T. kurelek
5.0 out of 5 stars U2 - 'No Line On The Horizon' (Interscope)
This latest offering by U2 really caught me off guard (that's an understatement). For starters, electronic icon Brian Eno not ONLY had a hand in the production of 'No Line On The... Read more
Published on Sept. 27 2009 by Mike Reed
5.0 out of 5 stars U2 Become 1
After being the undisputed main rock act in the world late 80s/early 90s U2 somewhat lost the plot. Pop was a disaster, influenced by the sound of Prodigy (of all groups) and the... Read more
Published on Aug. 13 2009 by gnagfloW
1.0 out of 5 stars worst of all
I have basically all of their cd's and some dvd's and books, but I am very disappointed by this cd. I am even wondering if I should go to the concert this fall. Read more
Published on May 26 2009 by Jolanda Noble
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible depth
I have been a U2 fan since the mid-80's. Most albums are good, some are great, a few are duds. Eno and Lanois participated fully in the writing of these songs and certainly got the... Read more
Published on March 27 2009 by Paul A. Pettipas
4.0 out of 5 stars Really Really Good
I think that this is a very interesting release. U2 seems to have balanced their tried and true formulas with a good sense of experimentation. Read more
Published on March 14 2009 by Glenn C. Marcoux
5.0 out of 5 stars Unapologetically idealistic and sonically PERFECT!!
U2 pulls out all the stops with this amazing and powerful album!
Sonically, lyrically and vocally it is breathtaking, and it makes your heart jump. Read more
Published on March 13 2009 by C. Lubbe Darcy
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