This revised version of Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2 picks up where the first edition left off - amid the cathartic atmosphere of the post-9/11 Elevation tour that ushered in the aggressive spirituality of 2005's Vertigo tour. It explores the controversy surrounding the deep-rooted religious themes of the band's music and the outspokenness of their lead singer, Bono. Moreover, it is a spiritual companion to their albums, exposing the real meaning behind many of their songs and performances.
This revised and expanded version tackles the issues and questions everyone desires to know about the world's most popular rock band, from its early days in Dublin's Shalom Christian Fellowship all the way to its most recent album and world tour.
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