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Title   All You Need is Love to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb How the Beatles & U2 Changed the World 

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Author   MCFILKER T  ISBN   9780826427762  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Continuum  Group   Art Film Med View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Music  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2007 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2007 
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Synopsis Although there may be a general feeling that the careers of the Beatles and U2 parallel one another, especially the work and political interests of John Lennon and Bono, they have yet to be compared at length. Bono himself has said his career and role in society would not have been were it not for the Beatles. Since the 1980s, it is fair to say U2 has captured the attention of thoughtful rock fans as the Beatles did, especially from Revolver to their break-up. McFilker begins his homage to these influential bands by recounting his accidental stumbling upon Achtung Baby, MTV and U2's Zoo TV tour. To compare the two, he discusses their monumental concerts, their many tribute bands, films and documentaries and draws a direct comparison of Sgt. Pepper with Achtung Baby.

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