Dusting ‘Em Off
The remarkable export from the Davies brothers turns 45.
The definitive New York album turns 10.
Revisiting U2′s biggest show before they were the world’s biggest band.
For 10 years it’s kept us warm on this rock we call home.
Twenty-five years later, nothing feels like this.
Ten years later, we’re still thankful Mercer backed up his files.
Fifteen years later, the lyrics feel AIM-less.
Ten years later, we ask: Is this hip-hop’s White Album?
Forty years later, it’s still wild, innocent, and shuffling.
At 40 years old, it still sounds young, hopeful, and sexy.