Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

1987 studio album by U2
The Joshua Tree is the fifth studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno, and was released on 9 March 1987 on Island Records.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock , Alternative/Indie Rock , Alternative Pop/Rock , Contemporary Pop/Rock , College Rock , Album Rock , Post-Punk
Release DateMarch 9, 1987
ArtistU2 , Daniel Lanois , Brian Eno
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Tracklist

  • 1Where the Streets Have No NameU25:37
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  • 2I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking ForU24:37
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  • 3With or Without YouU24:56
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  • 4Bullet the Blue SkyU24:32
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  • 5Running to Stand StillU24:18
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  • 6Red Hill Mining TownU24:52
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  • 7In God's CountryU22:57
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  • 8Trip Through Your WiresU23:32
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  • 9One Tree HillU25:23
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  • 10ExitU24:13
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  • 11Mothers of the DisappearedU25:14
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Bullet the red, white and blue sky: Why U2’s The Joshua Tree still resonates, 35 years on

  • On this day in 1987, U2 released what would become the bestselling album of their career. But their examination of the gap between the American dream and the reality under Reagan is just as relevant today, writes Kevin E G Perry