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Because this month marks the 30th anniversary of U2's War album, I've put together a special roundup of how we've covered the album throughout the history of our website.
War sparked several personal essays, including these Like a Song features:
- “Drowning Man,” by Joe Hebert
- “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” by Tassoula E. Kokkoris
- “Surrender,” by Kelley Eskridge
- “Treasure (Whatever Happened to Pete the Chop)” by Sherry Lawrence
And these more recent Like a Video pieces:
For the 25th anniversary in 2008, we provided an array of special coverage:
- 25 Years of War by Tassoula E. Kokkoris
- 25 Years of War: An Interview with Carter Alan by Maddy Fry
- 25 Years of War: Love on the Album War by Scott Calhoun
- 25 Years of War: 5 Questions with Steve Lillywhite by Matt McGee
- It Was 25 Years Ago Today… by Rashas Weber
This month, we've celebrated the album's 30th anniversary with these articles and essays:
- Column: Off the Record…, Vol. 13-555 by Sherry Lawrence
- U2 Lists: Top 9 Memories of War by Kenny Irwin
- 30 Years of War: 5 Questions with Steve Wickham by Matt McGee
- 30 Years of War: War Releases Through the Years by Aaron J. Sams
- Trust, Trumpet Solos and Long-lost Interns: Remembering War 30 Years Later with Steve Lillywhite by Tassoula E. Kokkoris
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