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Up and Down on Broadway

All those negative news stories about "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," the accident-prone Broadway show with a reported $65 million budget, had an unintended consequence. They have made the musical by U2’s Bono and the Edge, which was widely panned, critic-proof.
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Corinne/Dead | 12 February 2012 | Spider-Man, Turn Off The (...)

Love Rescue Me

by Joshua M. Brown
I’m going to tell you an amazing story today. It’s a story about art and collaboration, a story about youth and innocence, influence and homage. It spans decades and takes place around the world.
But most of all, it’s a story about love…
It is the middle of the 1970′s and we’re looking in on a tiny bedroom in Northern (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 26 December 2011 | Albums

U2 By Davis Guggenheim & Stephen Mooallem

’We Had All Of The Signifiers Of Great Success. Yet We All Had A Sense That There Was Something More Important To Us Than What We’d Just Achieved.’—The Edge (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 18 November 2011 | From The Sky Down

Songs we love: ’The First Time’ by U2

By: Brett Warner
U2 have garnered a lot of nostalgic press this year over the 20th anniversary of their early ’90s masterpiece, 1991’s Achtung Baby​. Its 1993 successor, Zooropra, was originally intended as a holdover EP to promote the fourth leg of their sensationally overblown Zoo TV World Tour, but the (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 8 November 2011 | Zooropa

Behind the song: One

During a hometown show on December 31, 1989, Bono took a minute to air his band’s dirty laundry. U2 had entered the final stretch of the Lovetown Tour, launched earlier that year to help promote Rattle And Hum, and the guys were beyond exhausted. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 8 November 2011 | Achtung Baby

U2 must get back their roots and renew their bonds with Ireland

by Brendan O’Connor
It may seem strange to talk about U2 as a band in crisis right now. They performed a reasonably successful headlining slot at the Glastonbury festival last weekend and after a difficult gestation Bono and The Edge’s Spider-Man musical has finally opened properly, taking $1.7m (e1.2m) in its first week, making it the third (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 3 July 2011 | Industrie

Did Foster the People’s Mark Foster Co-Write Spider-Man’s ’Rise Above’ with Bono and The Edge?

Did U2 rockers Bono and The Edge collaborate with Foster the People’s Mark Foster to write the Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark anthem "Rise Above"? Foster claims he had a hand in crafting the catchy number that encapsulates the show’s theme.
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Corinne/Dead | 1 July 2011 | Spider-Man, Turn Off The (...)

Bono Calls ’Spider-Man’ Musical ’Pop-Up, Pop-Art Opera’

U2’s The Edge describes Broadway’s ’Turn Off the Dark’ as ’something that hasn’t been done before.’ (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 5 December 2010 | Spider-Man, Turn Off The (...)

U2’s Bono, The Edge talk about making ’Spider-Man’

by Mark Kennedy
Creating a megamusical is no easy feat, even in the hands of U2 megastars Bono and The Edge.
"Easier than we could ever have imagined. Harder than we ever thought," says Bono, resting on a Times Square hotel bed near where "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" is readying for its first preview.
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Corinne/Dead | 23 November 2010 | Spider-Man, Turn Off The (...)

Someone else’s tears - Lyrics

Someone Else’s Tears
Lyrics: Bono
Music: Zucchero
Audio: stream
You feel familiar
But I’m not sure I know your name
I don’t know why I’m telling you this story today
A whisper on the breeze
I heard a rustle in the trees
I need to know and maybe you’ll explain
Why I can’t stop crying
And nothing is as it appears
I can’t stop (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 7 November 2010 | Collaboration

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