The Life List: Why U2's The Joshua Tree is one of rock's most important albums

Irish rock band U2 perform during their Joshua Tree tour at the SCG in Sydney, on Nov 22, 2019. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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SINGAPORE - When Irish rock icons U2 finally make their Singapore debut at the National Stadium on Nov 30 and Dec 1, they will play all the songs from 1987 album, The Joshua Tree.

More than three decades after its release, the album is still considered a U2 landmark, one that catapulted Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. into becoming one of the world's most commercially and critically successful rock bands.

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