British Prime Minister Tony Blair has chosen U2's 1987 hit WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME as his favourite song of all time. Blair called British radio presenter CHRISTIAN O'CONNELL on London station Virgin Radio to choose the song, whose lyrics deal with disillusionment and violence, featuring lines like, "I want to run. I want to hide. I want to tear down the walls that hold me inside." However, Blair's spokesman insists the Prime Minister's choice of song doesn't mean he's depressed, saying, "I think he just liked the song."



CHURCHES ADOPT U2 MUSIC
Irish rockers U2 have taken a step closer to sainthood - a host of US Episcopal churches are incorporating their music into services. ....