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If rock is, by definition, a young man’s game, then U2 deserve credit simply for lasting the pace this long, still triumphantly straddling the super-arenas of the world as they approach their 50th birthdays, and shifting zillions of units at a time w

21st February, 2009

U2

No Line On The Horizon (Interscope)

If rock is, by definition, a young man’s game, then U2 deserve credit simply for lasting the pace this long, still triumphantly straddling the super-arenas of the world as they approach their 50th birthdays, and shifting zillions of units at a time when former rivals like REM and Oasis are much diminished, both in popularity and creative potency. But mere staying power, in itself, is no reason to...

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