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It is 30 years since the release of The Joshua Tree catapulted U2 to the forefront of contemporary music.
At their Croke Park homecoming, they reaffirmed that they are still up there, at the very top of the tree.
The theme of gratitude – and that of love – are recurring throughout the night.
'Bad' and 'Pride' complete an exhilarating opening set.
Read More Today , thirty years to the day since the release of this iconic album, Larry, Adam, Edge and Bono will be live on Twitter at 9.00pm answering questions posted by fans #Ask U2#U2The Joshua Tree2017 Read More Having championed U2 since their earliest days, and been instrumental in introducing them to Paul Mc Guinness, the late Bill Graham was the music writer who perhaps knew the band best.Read More Bill Graham and Niall Stokes take us through the fans' vision of the fab four's dream album.We asked the fans to vote for U2's Greatest Hits and they did - in their thousands.So much has happened over the last three decades – yet the album's themes remain as pertinent as ever.Before the quartet take to the stage for their Croke Park homecoming, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds treat us to a bevvy of tracks from their two long-players – a rousing 'Everybody's On The Run' from their debut and a boisterous 'Lock All The Doors' from the more recent Chasing Yesterday are stand-out songs – and a hefty sprinkling of Oasis' Greatest Hits: 'Champagne Supernova' and 'Wonderwall' instigate the obligatory singalongs.