|Produced by Brian Eno, Danny Lanois, and Steve Lillywhite, sessions for No Line on the Horizon began in Fez, Morocco, and continued at the band's Dublin studio, New York's Platinum Sound Recording Studios, and London's Olympic Studios.|
The album will come in a standard format with 24 page booklet and in digipak format. The digipak includes an extended booklet and the album's companion film "Linear" by Anton Corbijn. A limited edition 64 page magazine will also be available, featuring the band in conversation with artist Catherine Owens, and new Anton Corbijn photographs.
U2 - No Line On The Horizon - CD Review
By: Glen Boyd Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 3/7/2009 3:36 AM
|No Line On The Horizon is a damn good album -- though not necessarily the truly great entry in the U2 canon that some have been making it out to be. I'll give U2 credit for one thing, and that is the fact that they continue to make really great rock music in the old-fashioned sense that it used to be made -- especially at this late point in their career. Unlike so many of their contemporaries, they continue to be relevant, and you simply can't dismiss that....read the full review|