U2: 'Zoo Station'
In 1991, U2 were looking for a new beginning. "Rattle and Hum" had alienated some for its pomposity, so Bono went scrounging for new inspiration...in Berlin. Decamping to Hansa Studios, the band laid down a song that would define a bold new epoch: "Zoo Station." Named for the Berlin train station, the band used the metaphor for a reunited Berlin and new world order - and named the album "Zooropa."