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War is the third studio album by Irish rock band U2. The album is regarded as U2's first overtly political album, in part because of songs like " Sunday Bloody Sunday " and " New Year's Day ", as well as the title, which stems from the band's perception of the world at the time; lead vocalist Bono stated that "war seemed to be the motif for U2 recorded the album from September—November at Windmill Lane Studios with Lillywhite producing, the group's third consecutive album made at the studio with the producer. While the central themes of U2's previous albums Boy and October were adolescence and spirituality, respectively,  War focused on both the physical aspects of warfare, and the emotional after-effects. The album has been described as the record where the band "turned pacifism itself into a crusade. War was a commercial success for the band, knocking Michael Jackson 's Thriller from the top of the UK charts to become the band's first number-one album there. It reached number 12 in the United States and became the band's first gold -certified album there.
Congratulations, David Fricke. The same goes for you, Jon Pareles. U2 is the most confounding, amazing, irritating, vital, and bloodletting band on the planet. The band has complicated taxes, shills tunes on the streets of New York City with talk show hosts in tow , and occasionally finds itself in need of a group haircut and shave. Yet, we respect U2 because its journey is the only complete pilgrimage in rock and roll.