U2 : Three Chords and The Truth

Between 1985 and the end of 1989, U2 became the biggest rock band in the world. At the heart of the Dublin fab four's dramatic rise to global dominance was the extraordinary worldwide No.1 album The Joshua Tree. It was, by any standards an epoch-defining half-decade for U2, captured in a superb ‘on the run’ style by the band’s earliest supporters in Hot Press. In addition to a blow-by-blow account of the unfolding saga, U2: Three Chords and the Truth contains a powerful retrospective on the band, dating back to their earliest days, by one-time Hot Press art director, and close associate of the band Neil McCormick. Never missing a beat, U2: Three Cards And The Truth brings you in words and pictures a complete portrait of a band in the processes of becoming a legend.

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