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Achtung Baby reinvented the band’s sound when it was released in 1991. With the help of producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, they added electronic and industrial music to their music, while their lyrical focus shifted from political to personal issues. Zooropa, which came out in 1993, expanded on those sounds and saw the band add irony and satire into its music. Coupled with understated vocals by Bono, the album ran contrary to the grunge and alternative sounds that were dominating radio playlists at the time.