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U2 bassist Adam Clayton: ‘I didn’t enjoy the last ‘Joshua Tree’ tour’

D 26 January 2017     H 22:21     A Corine/Dead     C 0 messages

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Band are hitting the road to celebrate 30th anniversary of landmark album

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The band recently announced details of a UK and European tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the classic album – with support from Noel Gallagher. They will also tour the 1987 album in North America during 2017.

Speaking to Rolling Stone, Clayton said: “Certainly looking back on playing the tour at that time, it should have been an extraordinarily, freeing, joyful opportunity but it was actually quite a tough time trying to deliver those songs under the pressure of growing from an arena act to a stadium act. I, for one, don’t remember enjoying it very much.”

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