Episode 379: U2's 'Zooropa' at 25
U2's finest hour wasn't lifting us up singing about MLK, a spiritual celebration of the history of American music, or even future pop from the edges of our imagination: It was an insistent, eccentric, and infinitely prescient project that almost wasn't, named Zooropa.
This week, we're revisiting the "biggest band in the world's" most powerful statement about us all, twenty-five years after it's prophetic vibrations confounded and delighted music fans of all walks, and making that Zooropa isn't just the best U2 album...it's the only one that really matters.
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