One Step Closer (U2 song)

One Step Closer (U2 Song)

One Step Closer (U2 song)

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"One Step Closer" is the ninth track of U2's eleventh studio album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb.

The song is a slow tempo recording, with Bono's lyrics centered around traffic images. The "foggy atmospherics" harken back to U2's mid-1980s work, befitting Daniel Lanois' involvement.Greg Kot, , Chicago Tribune, November 21, 2004.

The origins of "One Step Closer" date back to the All That You Can't Leave Behind sessions. It was revived for Atomic Bomb, with Lanois introducing a pedal steel guitar in addition to guitars from The Edge and Bono, and musical influences varying from country music to The Velvet Underground making themselves felt. Producer Jacknife Lee also contributed to the final form of the recording.,, undated.

"One Step Closer" is billed in the album with thanks to Noel Gallagher of Oasis. The title of the song comes from a conversation Bono had with Gallagher about Bono's dying father, Bob Hewson. Bono asked, "Do you think he believes in God?" to which Gallagher replied, "Well, he's one step closer to knowing." As with most U2...
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