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No Line On The Horizon is U2's twelfth studio album, and follows the massive success of 2004's How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb. The first single from the album, "Get On Your Boots", may be an all-out rocker akin to previous successes like "Vertigo", but the remainder of the album sees the band diversifying in ways similar to their Zooropa days. It is inescapably a U2 album, though, so Bono's vocals still speak of injustices personal and global, and The Edge's guitar work continues to be both feathery and metallic in equal dose. As far as continuing the band's lengthy career goes, No Line On The Horizon is simultaneously a crowd-pleaser and musical step forward.

This box set version includes the digipak format of No Line On The Horizon, DVD of Anton Corbijn's exclusive companion film Linear, 64 page hardback book, plus a fold out poster.

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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If you don’t already know what to expect from U2’s twelfth studio album then you’re either a goldfish with Alzheimer’s or newborn, and if that’s the case then there are probably much better places for you to start than No Line On The Horizon. However, for the rest of us this is everything it should be, even if it’s nothing you wouldn’t expect. The lead in single "Get On Your Boots" might have forgotten to pack a chorus and instead crammed in a bewildering mash of Nancy Sinatra, Cameo’s "Word Up" and Led Zeppelin in an effort to reignite the pop art dervishes in them that time washed down the creek, but it does actually get more singularly feisty with every listen. "Stand Up Comedy" is equally absurd ("Stand" by REM/"Love Spreads" by The Stone Roses/generic Red Hot Chilli Peppers in a light funk sandwich), but the album’s not all about them trying to prove their creative audacity. The title track vibrates with the mild threat of modernity and a chest-beating, loud-hailer bravado, "Moment Of Surrender" allows Bono to shed some passion over the measured, subdued backdrop and the triple of "Unknown Caller", "I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight" and "Magnificent" make no bones about being classic U2, ringing chimes reverberating from The Edge’s guitar like endlessly reproducing embryos under the microscope; the kind of stuff that professional obsessives The Killers would, you know, kill for.--James Berry
Im very surprised Bonos got time to 'sing' with his quest to save the world.
With him, Sting and Geldof still on the planet it's amazing we still have any problems.

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