U2 is one of the most significant rock acts to perform around the world, known for its expressive songs and visually engaging live performances. The band from Dublin, Ireland, has produced its share of hits, from "With or Without You" to "Vertigo."

To quote one of the band's 1987 hits, if "[You] Still Haven't Found What [You're] Looking For," take a look at these U2 vinyl records and find the right album for you.

All That You Can't Leave Behind [LP]

All That You Can't Leave Behind
(Photo : Amazon.com)

The band's tenth studio album was released late in the year 2000 and marked the band's return to more popular mainstream sounds. After years of experimenting with alt-rock and electronic elements, U2 has been "reapplying for the job of the best band with the world." They released an album to cater to the larger audience.

Having the "All That You Can't Leave Behind" album will get you some of U2's later hits, such as "Beautiful Day," "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of," and "Elevation." The eleven-track album is pressed onto a 12", 33 rpm vinyl.

The Unforgettable Fire [Vinyl]

The Unforgettable Fire
(Photo : Amazon.com)

For a more sensual and abstract listening experience, "The Unforgettable Fire" is a perfect experimental work to tune in to. Considered as among U2's most dramatically different works, their fourth studio album contains singles Bono himself describes as "sketches."

Listen to singles "Pride (In the Name of Love)" and "MLK," whose lyrics reference civil rights icon, Martin Luther King. This album also spawned the setlist mainstay "Bad," which tackles heroin addiction.

The Joshua Tree [2 LP]

The Joshua Tree
(Photo : Amazon.com)

Following "The Unforgettable Fire," U2's "The Joshua Tree" returns a bit to the musical convention but with sociopolitical messages and spiritual imagery, resulting in a lyrical curiosity wrapped in a relaxing, soothing sound.

Their critically-acclaimed album spawned the timeless U2 hit "With or Without You," the spiritually introspective "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," and the blues-inspired, Bono's harmonica-infused "Trip Through Your Wires."

Achtung Baby [2 LP]

Achtung Baby
(Photo : Amazon.com)

This 1991 German reunification-inspired album hits the spot for fans looking for a louder, darker sound. Filled with influences from alternative, industrial, and electronic music, "Achtung Baby" went on to become one of the band's most successful albums, despite being plagued by conflicts at the start of their recording sessions.

The opening track "Zoo Station" is a perfect intro to the album's sound which ends with a slightly more mellow "Love is Blindness," which juxtaposes elements of terrorism to a failing romantic relationship.

The Best Of 1980-1990 [2 LP]

The Best of 1980-1990
(Photo : Amazon.com)

U2's first greatest hits compilation spans a decade of the band's hits. The album, released in 1998, also added live performances. The double-vinyl version of the album features the original cover that featured Peter Rowen, brother of Bono's friend from the band "Virgin Prunes" Guggi,

The huge 29-track album contains an extended version of "Dancing Barefoot," edited versions of "Bad" and "Where The Streets Have No Name," and a hidden track "October," which was a near-instrumental work from their 1981 album of the same name. Of course, hits such as "Pride (In the Name of Love)," "With or Without You," and "The Unforgettable Fire" are also included.