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The album was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2010 Grammy Awards, while 'I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight' was nominated for two other Grammy's. Rolling Stone made No Line on the Horizon best album of the year and 'Moment of Surrender' song of the year. Release Date: 27 февраля, 2009. Produced By: Brian Eno, Steve Lillywhite, Danny Lanois. Engineer: Richard Rainey, Declan Gaffney, CJ Eriksson, Carl Glanville, Tony Mangurian and Dave Emery. Label: Universal - Island Records.
Background Information. The album No Line on the Horizon was the 2009 studio album released by U2. The title is taken from the song of the same name, which is the lead track on the album. Initial recording for the album took place with producer Rick Rubin in 2006, but much of that material was shelved. Between May 2007 and December 2008, U2 worked with Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno not only as producers, but as collaborators and members of the songwriting team in studios in New York, London, Dublin, and in Morocco.
No Line on the Horizon is the 12th studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was produced by Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, and Steve Lillywhite, and was released on 27 February 2009. It was the band's first record since How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2004), marking the longest gap between studio albums of their career to that point. The band originally intended to release the songs as two EPs, but later combined the material into a single record.
Cedars Of Lebanon Lyrics. About No Line On The Horizon. The recordings began in 2007 in Fez, Morocco, where the two producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois joined them. This is U2’s 12th album after How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb from 2004. The work moved on in the band studio in Dublin, and was finished in 2008 at Olympic Studios in London. The album debuted at no. 1 in 30 countries and had 5 million copies sold by June 2009. The cover-art features a photography of Lake Constance Lake, which is located in Germany. An image which inspired the title of the album.
Still self-aware enough to sense stagnation, the quartet began to work on what would become No Line on the Horizon with new producer Rick Rubin and an imperative to break all those piling U2 trappings once again. As Bono told The New York Times this week: "When you become a comfortable, reliable friend, I'm not sure that's the place for rock'n'roll. Meanwhile, the album's ballyhooed experimentation is either terribly misguided or hidden underneath a wash of shameless U2-isms (the three-note ring Edge nicks from "Walk On" for "Unknown Caller", the "oh oh oh" outro from "Stay" apparently copied and pasted into "Moment of Surrender", et. While Eno used to work his unique sound-bobbles and ambiance into the fabric of U2 songs, he seems content to offer spacey intros totally disassociated from their accompanying tunes here (see: "Fez - Being Born", "Magnificent").