When you think of U2, you should really think of their stadium-smashing anthems, amazingly successful albums and their phenomenal live shows. Unfortunately, it's really only the latter of the three that you're likely to get from the Irishmen these days. The anthems seem ancient members of the halls of classic rock and the albums are most commonly found on the shelf with the rest of your dad's music collection. The noughties looked like they were going to belong to U2 at one point, with the unreal success of All That You Can't Leave Behind and How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, each laden with big hit singles, they followed it up with No Line On The Horizon. Without wanting to sound like a hipster, you probably haven't heard of the last one, and that's simply because it was cataclysmically bland. If it were a colour, it'd be beige. It feature no hit single, which for a band of their stature, is simply shocking. The supposedly biggest track on the album, Get On Your Boots is without doubt one of the worst rock singles released without an ounce of humour in the history of the genre. U2 instead buried their heads with a world tour of gargantuan proportions, with the biggest audience in history. And maybe that's how it should end for them, with a bang and a farewell to their fans - just brush that awful last album under the rug and be off with it.