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Yes, there's even a forgotten U2 video from the '80s

Published Aug. 24, 2015

So we are closing in on three years of Lost and Found videos and we finally have a video that features U2? To borrow from our friend Vizzini, all we can say is "Inconceivable!"

Perhaps the omission of U2 from the annals of Lost and Found is that, unlike many of the artists profiled, U2 seems just as popular and relevant today as they did when we all discovered and took them under our wing in the '80s. Unlike other bands that took the charts by storm, U2 started off slowly before progressing into the juggernaut it is today. While you can hear songs off The Joshua Tree every day on the hour on radio stations, there are plenty of U2 songs that never get played anymore including Two Hearts Beat As One.

Two Hearts Beat As One was off of U2's third album War and was the second single behind New Year's Day and only made it to No. 101 on the U.S. singles chart in 1983. Two Hearts Beat As One was filmed in Paris back when drummer Larry Mullen Jr. was only 21 years young. The video also includes scenes with Peter Rowan, the young boy whose haunting face graces the album covers of Boy and War.

U2 is packing them in on their Innocent + Experience Tour that is heading back to Europe after spending the summer in America.