The Joshua Tree Turns 25

The Joshua Tree Turns 25

Over the past year, Adele's 21 has sold a few gajillion copies and sent plenty of music writers on soul-searching journeys trying to figure out why that happened and what it means. My own personal theory: For the first time in a while, a studio album sounds like a greatest-hits collection; it's not hard to imagine any of the album's ...

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