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1987’s album The Joshua Tree remains U2’s biggest seller. With sales of over 28 million copies it remains one of the biggest-selling non-compilation albums ever.
Tinged with blues rock, folk rock, country and gospel, The Joshua Tree crystallises U2's growing fascination with America (as shown on the following year’s film/album Rattle And Hum).
It delivered massive hits from its opening trio: Where The Streets Have No Name, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For and With Or Without You.
On the latter, Edge debuted his ‘Infinite Guitar’ system, as developed by his friend, the Australian avant-garde composer Michael Brook.