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"U2"

The Best of "Propaganda"

By (author) U2
Foreword by Paul McGuinness
Photographs by Anton Corbijn
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Sep 2003
Dimensions: w 216mm h 280mm d 23mm
ISBN-10: 1844429873
ISBN-13: 9781844429875
Barcode No: 9781844429875
Synopsis
Propaganda, an official fan club magazine subtitled the World Service Magazine, has been giving diehard fans the inside gen on U2 ever since the early 1980s. Packed with articles by the band, interviews with them by major music journalists and glorious photography by the likes of Anton Corbijn, Propaganda has appeared on a roughly bi-annual basis for almost twenty years. Early editions are now much sought-after collectors' items. Propaganda has previously been limited to fan club members, but now U2 are going public. This lavish, beautiful coffee-table book compiles the finest moments, wittiest essays, most candid interviews and beautiful photography from the magazine's twenty year existence and reproduces them in their original design and typography. It is no less than a first-hand documentary of the history of the biggest bands in the world. There are few rock souvenirs that can genuinely be described as 'must-haves' for a band's most committed, devoted fans. Propaganda is one of them.

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Propaganda, an official fan club magazine subtitled the World Service Magazine, has been giving die-hard fans the inside gen on U2 ever since the early 1980s. Packed with articles by the band, interviews with them by major music journalists and glorious photography by the likes of Anton Corbijn, Propaganda has appeared on a roughly bi-annual basis for almost twenty years. Early editions are now much sought-after collectors' items. Propaganda has previously been limited to fan club members, but now U2 are going public. This lavish coffee-table book compiles the finest moments, wittiest essays, most candid interviews and beautiful photography from the magazine's twenty year existence and reproduces them in their original design and typography. It is no less than a first-hand documentary of the history of the biggest bands in the world. There are few rock souvenirs that can genuinely be described as 'must-haves' for a band's most committed, devoted fans. Propaganda is one of them.