'Horizon' Evolves With U2's Audacity, Creativity, Innovation

Trading a woozy tingle for a restorative jolt, Bono and Edge abruptly switch from margaritas to coffee as they prepare to leave their hotel for a rehearsal stage in downtown Los Angeles. They grew accustomed to such giddy and pronounced mood swings while recording U2's 12th album, No Line on the Horizon, a kaleidoscopic quest that rivals 1991's Achtung Baby for audacity and innovation. "We had to learn a lot before we could do this," Bono, 48, says. "Normally, you zone in on a particular area...Full Story
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