'The Unforgettable Help' starts with an easily discernable division in 4 sections in both album covers. We can actually divide them with vertical lines separating each Beatle and in U2’s case separating each section of the castle. The album covers have a strangely similar layout, for example, The Beatles in the Help cover, fit nicely within The Unforgettable Fire's mid section (between the top and bottom horizontal strips). The video below's captures this nicely. Two additional connections are also very intersting: the first, the fact that Bono misteriously draw what seems to be the "Help!" album title in his notebook during the recording of The Unforgettable Fire, and second, when U2 did the Help cover stunt in 1992 in partnership with Greenpeace's to protest the Sallefield Nuclear Plant (The nuclear bomb being one of the main theme drivers behind The Unforgettable Fire). See video below!