Is this true about U2?

January 23, 2007 5:46am CST
I have learned from a local television show that the name of this band "U2" is actually a contraction of the English phrase "you too" which for the band means the audience too is a part of them and can sing along with them in any of their song. Is this explanation true? Just wanna clarify.
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• United States
6 Feb 07
Interesting. I always thought the name came from the British U2 spyplane from WWII. Need to check the fact sheets for that one. Got me curious now. Thanks for the info.
• United States
3 Feb 07
about the english contraction, yes i knew about that but not about the fans. interesting!
@amyike (66)
• United States
2 Feb 07
No i never heard of that one! Their earlier names were The Hype and Feedback. Then when they made it big they wanted a name that was more ambiguous and chose U2.
• Portugal
24 Jan 07
yes it`s true ;)
@hexhate (366)
• Italy
23 Jan 07
Yes, it's true. I asked to one of my collegues (U2 fan)