The diehards who own every album since 1980’s Boy. The music collectors who own the band’s critical and artistic highlights (one or several of the early albums, plus The Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby). And those who are “tuck in the moment: favoring a particular era in the band’s creative cycle, all while fussing that their “past/present stuff just doesn’t grab me like (insert favorite here).”
It doesn’t matter what kind of U2 fan you are. All That You Can’t Leave Behind recalls the elements that made their early years great while simultaneously justifying their ’90s experiments in sound, writing and production.