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New U2 album – No Line On The Horizion

This much anticipated album has finally been released. Having listened through it a number times now, I am amazed at how REAL the album feels. Much of the content here is spiritual, moral and true. Lyrically this record points to Jesus Chirst many times.


This causes me to ask the question: In a world with an over-saturation/abundance of Christain music, why does this album (marketed mainstream) feel more “Christian” in all aspects than most marketed “Christian” music?

Any thoughts?


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