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|Under A Blood Red Sky|
|The Unforgettable Fire Collection|
For U2, the period from May 1984 to May 1985 was an extraordinary one.
In that time they recorded and released The Unforgettable Fire and undertook a world tour that took them onto a new plane as perhaps the world's top act. In Bono's own phrase, having climbed to the top of one mountain, they went to find another. Here in songs and images in the story of that singular ascent.
In this unique complication you'll see and hear what it is that has made The Unforgettable Fire unforgettable, from the extraordinary visual images of Pride (in the name of love) and The Unforgettable Fire single to the documentary style of A Sort Of Homecoming and Bad - here released in video form for the first time. Here too, you'll see the special half-hour documentary of the actual making of the album, shot on location at Slane Castle and Windmill Lane Studios. The Unforgettable Fire, tour and album is a memorable chapter in the U2 story. The images on this video package chronicle is faithfully.
|Rattle and Hum, Video and DVD|
A concert movie on an unprecedented scale, Rattle and Hum captures U2 - on and off the stage - during their triumphant Joshua Tree tour. From the giant technicolor stadium celebrations to the black-and-white intensity of the indoor shows, this is U2 at their best. Follow the group across America, exploring new influences, playing with the legendary B.B. King, on a journey which takes them from Dublin to Graceland, from San Francisco to the streets of Harlem, from The Joshua Tree to Rattle and Hum.
Numb (Video remix)
Love Is Blindness
|Zoo Tv Live From Sydney|
|PopMart, Live From Mixico City|
|The Best Of 1980-1990 (incl. 4 postcards)|
Pride (in the name of love)
|The Joshua Tree, Video and DVD|
Released in March 1987, U2's The Joshua Tree quickly became the fastest selling album in British chart history, selling almost 250,000 copies within the first week of release. In the US, it was equally successful, topping the Billboard chart for nine weeks, spending 58 weeks in the Top 40 there and earning a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
The Joshua Tree gave birth to several major hit singles including With Or Without You and I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, both of which reached Number 1 on the Billboard Top 100 in the US, and Where The Streets Have No Name.
The story of the making of The Joshua Tree is told here, via interview and archive film footage, with contributions from band members Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen. U2's long-time manager Paul McGuinness reveals how the album catapulted the band into the category of rock superstars, and there are contributions from Elvis Costello in the role of a major U2 fan, re-mix producer Steve Lillywhite, and of course co-producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois.
Here we learn the true story from Brian Eno of how the master tape for Where The Streets Have No Name was almost destroyed, and how a forgotten birthday resulted in one of U2's best ever songs. Paked with reminiscenes and powerful performancees, this is the story of one of the most famous and best records of the Eighties, a true Classic Album.
|Elevation, Live From Boston, Video and DVD, Disc 1|
The Making Of The Filming Of Elevation 2001 U2 Live From Boston
|The Best Of 1990-2000 DVD|
1. Even Better Than The Real Thing