U2 - iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour - Live In Paris
Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

U2’s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour kicked off in Vancouver in May 2015 and, to date, has played to over 1.2 million fans in 22 cities across Europe and North America. Staged in the round, the tour features multiple performance areas plus a state of the art 100 foot LED screen suspended above a 118 foot walkway running the length of the arena floor. Combined with an innovative suspended sound system, the tour has delivered mind-blowing sound and visuals from every seat in every venue, as every night has seen U2 reinvent the arena show (Rolling Stone). At the heart of U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE - Live In Paris are, of course, the songs: The band performs a staggering selection from its timeless catalogue, new and old…

Also Available as a 2 Disc DVD package. The bonus second disc includes behind-the-scenes documentary and bonus performance material.


Directed by: Hamish Hamilton and Erica Forstadt
Produced by: Jim Parson
DVD Release Date - June 10, 2016

Disc 1: Concert
1. People Have the Power (public address introduction)
2. The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)
3. Vertigo
4. I Will Follow
5. Iris (Hold Me Close)
6. Cedarwood Road
7. Song for Someone
8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
9. Raised By Wolves
10. Until the End of the World
11. The Fly (public address during intermission)
12. Invisible
13. Even Better Than the Real Thing
14. Mysterious Ways
15. Elevation
16. Every Breaking Wave
17. October
18. Bullet the Blue Sky
19. Zooropa
20. Where the Streets Have No Name
21. Pride (In the Name of Love)
22. With or Without You
23. Stephen Hawkin Global Citizen (prerecorded speech)
24. City of Blinding Lights
25. Beautiful Day
26. Mother and Child Reunion
27. Bad
28. One
29. People Have the Power (with Eagles of Death Metal)
30. I Love You All the Time (solo performance by Eagles of Death Metal)

Disc 2: Bonus Material
1. Cedarwood Road - A Gavin Friday Narration
2. Out Of Control (December 6, 2015 - Paris)
3. The Future Better Hurry Up
4. The Electric Co. (November 11, 2015 - Paris)
5. i + e - Behind The Scenes With The Director
6. Bad / People Have The Power (With Patti Smith - December 6, 2015 - Paris)
7. The Wanderer
8. The Troubles
9. Music Videos:
- Ordinary Love
- Invisible
- The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)
- Every Breaking Wave - A Film By Aoife McArdle
- Song For Someone (Directed By Vincent Haycock)
- Song For Someone (Behind The Scenes)
- Song For Someone (Directed by Matt Mahurin)
U2 - 360° At The Rose Bowl (2 DVD Digipack) - 2 DISC DVD DELUXE in 6 panel DigiPak and Slipcase
Starring Bono, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr., and The Edge

Live concert film of the U2360° At The Rose Bowl in 2009, U2's biggest ever US show, with a live audience in excess of 97,000. Shot entirely in HD, the concert was filmed with 27 cameras and directed by Tom Krueger who had previously worked on U23D, the first live action 3D concert movie taken from U2's Vertigo Tour.

Directed by: Tom Krueger
Produced by: Audrey Davenport, Katherine Allen, Malcolm Gerrie, Ned O'Hanlon and Paul McGuinness


DVD Release Date - June 3, 2010
Disc 1
1. Get On Your Boots
2. Magnificent
3. Mysterious Ways
4. Beautiful Day
5. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
6. Stuck In A Moment
7. No LIne On The Horizon
8. Elevation
9. In A Little While
10. Unknown Caller
11. Until The End Of The World
12. The Unforgettable Fire
13. City Of Blinding Lights
14. Vertigo
15. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
16. Sunday Bloody Sunday
17. MLK
18. Walk On
19. One
20. Where The Streets Have No Name
21. Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
22. With Or Without You
23. Moment Of Surrender
Disc 2
Squaring The Circle: Creating U2360° - A Documentary
U2360° Tour Clips - A selection of the best footage captured by U2's tour videographer
Welcome to Milano! Milan
The Spotlighter: Barcelona
Dublin Awaits: Dublin
Edge Backstage At The Rose Bowl
Aung San Suu Kyi: Dublin
The North American Launch: Chicago
CN Tower: Toronto
Red & White: Poland

Bonus Track - "Breathe" (Live at the Rose Bowl)
Berlin Time-Laps Video
European Tour Opening: Barcelona
North American Tour Opening: Chicago

Videos:

Get On Your Boots
Magnificent
I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight (Live at Barcelona)
The making of "Get On YOur Boots" Video
The making of "Magnificent" Video



U2 - Vertigo 2005 - Live From Chicago
Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

U2 Vertigo//2005 was without a doubt the hottest tour of that year!
Ticket demand had been phenomenal and by the end of 2005, U2 had played to 3.25 million people!

Also Available as a 2 Disc DVD package. The bonus second disc includes behind-the-scenes documentary and bonus performance material.


Directed by: Hamish Hamilton and Erica Forstadt
Produced by: Frank Garratino, Ned O'Hanlon and Paul McGuinness

DVD Release Date - November 15, 2005

1. City Of Blinding Lights
2. Vertigo
3. Elevation
4. Cry/Electric Co.
5. An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart
6. Beautiful Day
7. New Year's Day
8. Miracle Drug
9. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
10. Love And Peace Or Else
11. Sunday Bloody Sunday
12. Bullet The Blue Sky
13. Running To Stand Still
14. Pride In The Name Of Love
15. Where The Streets Have No Name
16. One
17. Zoo Station
18. The Fly
19. Mysterious Ways
20. All Because Of You
21. Original Of The Species
22. Yahweh
23. 40
U2 - Go Home - Live From Slane Castle, Ireland (Limited Edition Packaging)
Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

The most noticeable fact about this concert is the perfect mood the band was in on this evening. What seemed somewhat artificial and nervous in the Boston show, you can see much better here - the band enjoyed playing a second time in front of such a crowd at Slane Castle. Maybe it's the fact that it was not planned to release this concert for sale. Some incidents before the shows made both Slane concerts very emotional. The huge crowd brings a terrific spirit to the homes of all U2 fans, and the interaction with fans is much better here than in Boston. Between songs Bono tells stories, plays games with fans and makes other kinds of jokes, all this makes the recording and U2 on this evening so likable.

Directed by: Hamish Hamilton and Enda Hughes
Produced by: Ned O'Hanlon

DVD Release Date - November 18, 2003

1. Elevation
2. Beautiful Day
3. Until The End Of The World
4. New Year's Day
5. Out Of Of Control
6. Sunday Bloody Sunday
7. Wake Up Dead Man
8. Stuck In A Moment
9. Kite
10. Angel Of Harlem

11. Desire
12. Staring At The Sun
13. All I Want Is You
14. Where The Streets Have No Name
15. Pride
16. Bullet The Blue Sky
17. With Or Without You
18. One
19. Walk On
20. Mysterious Ways

U2 - Elevation Tour 2001: U2 Live from Boston
Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

'Elevation 2001- Live From Boston' was shot on June 6th at the Boston Fleet Centre with 20 cameras under director Hamish Hamilton. The quality and content of the release is set to create a landmark in the history of music DVDs. Disc 1 contains the 1 hour 47 minute full show featuring classics such as Beautiful Day, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Where The Streets Have No Name and With Or Without You. Disc 2 contains Another Perspective - the full show again but this time with an 'alternate camera' feature in which viewers can compare and contrast the view from the 'Bono cam', the 'fan cam' or the 'Director cam'. This second disc also features 'Road Movie' - a 5 minute time lapse sequence showing the staging of a rock and roll concert from empty arena to a full arena and back to an empty arena again. There are also three bonus tracks including Beautiful Day (live from the Clarence Hotel, Dublin September 2000) and Elevation (live from Miami, opening night of the Elevation Tour, March 2001)

Directed by: Hamish Hamilton
Produced by: Frank Garratino, Ned O'Hanlon, Paul McGuinness and Sheila Roche

DVD Release Date - December 4, 2001
1. Elevation
2. Beautiful Day
3. Until The End Of The World
4. Stuck In A Moment
5. Kite
6. Gone
7. New York
8. I Will Follow
9. Sunday Bloody Sunday
10. In A Little While


11. Desire
12. Stay
13. Bad
14. Where The Streets Have No Name
15. Bullet The Blue Sky
16. With Or Without You
17. The Fly
18. Wake Up Dead Man
19. Walk On
U2 - 18 Videos
Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

DVD Release Date - November 21, 2006
1. Beautiful Day
2. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
3. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
4. With Or Without You
5. Vertigo
6. New Year's Day
7. Mysterious Ways
8. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of - US Version
9. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of - International Version
10. Where The Streets Have No Name
11. Sweetest Thing
12. Sunday Bloody Sunday
13. One
14. Desire
15. Walk On - International Version
16. Walk On - US Version
17. Elevation
18. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
19. The Saints Are Coming
Bonus Content:
The Making Of Vertigo
A Story Of One
Beautiful Day - Eze Version
Pride (In The Name Of Love) - Slane Castle Version
Vertigo - Lisbon Version
Vertigo - HQ Version
One - Buffalo Version
One - Restaurant Version
Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own - Single Take Version

U2 - Best of 1990-2000
Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

DVD Release Date - December 10, 2002
1. The Fly
2. Mysterious Ways
3. One
4. Even Better Than The Real Thing
5. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
6. Until The end Of The World
7. Numb
8. Lemon
9. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
10. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
11. Miss Sarajevo
12. Discotheque



13. Staring At The Sun
14. Last Night On Earth
15. Please
16. If God Would Send His Angels
17. Gone
18. Mofo
19. The Ground Beneath Her Feet
20. Beautiful Day
21. Stuck In A Moment
22. Electrical Storm
23. The Hands That Built America
U2 - Popmart Live from Mexico City (Limited Edition) (1997)
Starring Bono, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr., and The Edge

This stunning concert documentary sheds fresh light on U2's controversial 1997 Popmart tour, the Irish rockers' gaudy, epic trek in support of their electronica-edged Pop album. Mixed reactions to the pulsing, dance friendly music on Pop and disappointing ticket sales to stateside Popmart shows were interpreted as evidence that the band's new sound and look were merely opportunistic. Yet one need only view Popmart Live alongside the Rolling Stones' contemporaneous Bridges to Babylon 1998 long-form video to grasp U2's underlying passion and conviction. While Popmart trumps the Stones (ringmasters of the original rock & roll circus and among the principal inventors of stadium rock) in terms of sheer scale, U2's presentation still strikes thematic sparks missing from the Stones' more conservative designs for the Bridges stage. With its vast, ramped stage and enveloping video backdrop, the Popmart set serves the band's posttechno impulses, yet the music remains rooted in U2's passionate, high-flying rock style, using its skittering dance rhythms and garish pop-art motifs to support the band's underlying themes, not replace them. Filmed in Mexico City before a huge reverent crowd, the concert balances close-ups against the quartet's often mesmerizing staging effects; the camera work sustains a sense of the show's outsized physical setting, while expertly closing the distance between us and the band. The band also shrewdly integrates older songs into the pumped up, burnished arranging style heard on Pop while stripping down newer material in less varnished, more vulnerable settings. A series of duets with just Bono and the Edge on acoustic guitars underscores that strategy.

Directed by: David Mallet
Produced by: Audrey Davenport, Katherine Allen, Malcolm Gerrie, Ned O'Hanlon and Paul McGuinness

DVD Release Date - September 18, 2007
Disc 1
1. Pop Muzik
2. Mofo
3. I Will Follow
4. Gone
5. Even Better Than The Real Thing
6. Last Night On Earth
7. Until The End Of The World
8. New Year's Day
9. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
11. All I Want Is You
12. Desire
13. Staring At The Sun
14. Sunday Bloody Sunday
15. Bullet The Blue Sky
16. Please
17. Where The Streets Have No Name
18. Lemon (Perfecto Mix)
19. Discotheque
20. If You Wear That Velvet Dress
21. With Or Without You
22. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
23. Mysterious Ways
24. One
25. Wake Up Dead Man
Disc 2
1. Bonus Live Tracks:
Please
Where The Streets Have No Name
Discotheque
If You Wear That Velvet Dress
Recorded Live At Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam on July 18, 1997

Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
Mysterious Ways
One
Recorded Live At Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton on June 14, 1997

2.
Bonus Video Tracks:
Staring At The Sun (Miami Version) Directed By Morleigh Steinberg
Last Night On Earth
First Night In Hell (Remix Version) Directed By John Bland

3.
Documentaries:
Lemon For Sale
The Road To Sarajevo
A Tour Of The Tour
Last Night On Earth - An Inside View

4.
Popmart Tour Visuals Montage - Curated By Catherine Owens

5.
Extras:
DVD-ROM: Weblinks / Wallpapers / Screensavers
U2 - Rattle And Hum (1988)
Starring Bono, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr., The Edge and B.B. King

Rattle and Hum
is not a film for anyone looking for an introduction to Irish band U2's career in the 1980s, but it is a vibrant portrait of an established group making its musical pilgrimage through the America it has always imagined through blues, gospel, and early rock 'n' roll. Filmmaker Phil Joanou (Heaven's Prisoners), a veteran music-video director and maker of the distractingly kinetic Three O'Clock High, finds a suitable outlet for his high energy in this juggernaut of a journey, which finds U2 collaborating with a black gospel choir and B.B. King, recording inside the legendary Sun Records studio, dropping by Graceland, and in a moment of fearlessness, performing the Beatles' "Helter Skelter" to exorcise Charles Manson's sick claim on the song.

Directed by: Phil Joanou
Produced by: Michael Hamlyn, Paul McGuiness

DVD Release Date - November 23, 1999
1. Helter Skelter
2. Van Diemen's Land
3. Desire
4. Exit
5. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
6. Silver And Gold
7. Angel Of Harlem
8. All Along The Watchtower
9. In God's Country
10. When Love Comes To Town


11. Heartland
12. Bad
13. Where The Streets Have No Name
14. MLK
15. With Or Without You
16. Bullet The Blue Sky
17. Running To Stand Still
18. Sunday Bloody Sunday
19. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
20. All I Want Is You
U2 - Live At Red Rocks: Under A Blood Red Sky (2008)
Starring Bono, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr., and The Edge

Recorded at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado on 5th June 1983, Live at Red Rocks will be available for the first time on DVD, and will include 5 previously unreleased songs, a director's commentary, digitally re-graded pictures and a 5.1 mix.

DVD Release Date - September 30, 2008
1. Out Of Control
2. Twilight
3. An cat Dubh
4. Into The Heart
5. Surrender
6. Two Hearts Beat As One
7. Seconds
8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
9. Cry
10. The Electric Co.
11. October
12. New Year's Day
13. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
14. A Day Without Me
15. Gloria
16. Party Girl
17. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
18. I Will Follow
19. 40
U2 - Zoo TV, Live From Sydney (2006)
Starring Bono, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr., and The Edge

Zoo TV
represents U2 at their most ambitious. The multimedia event combines two stages with live music, pre-recorded tracks, and 36 screens flashing an array of words and images. (Video artists include Kevin Godley, Anton Corbijn, and Brian Eno.) The theatricality extends to the quartet themselves, since Bono, as "The Fly," enters the scene in black patent leather--shades of '68 Elvis--while Adam Clayton sports a platinum mohawk. In order to recreate the experience for the home viewer, slogans are superimposed over footage from this 1993 engagement, e.g. "question everything," "this is not a rehearsal," etc. As Bono quips, "The latest and greatest in software, hardware, and menswear-we've got it all here." With so much going on, the most dynamic material tends to work best, like "The Real Thing," "Bullet the Blue Sky," and "Mysterious Ways," complete with belly dancer (in keeping with the song's Moroccan-set video). The foursome also tackles a few covers, like Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love" and Lou Reed's "Satellite of Love." Towards the end of the latter, Reed appears via video monitor to sing along. Arguably, the whole Mister MacPhisto thing--Bono as satanic lounge lizard---doesn't quite work, but U2 deserves props for taking chances when most bands in their position would be resting on their laurels. With the accent on material from Achtung Baby and Zooropa,Zoo TV: Live From Sydney first appeared on VHS in 1994 and garnered a Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video. DVD Release Date - September 19, 2006
Disc 1
1. Show Opening
2. Zoo Station
3. The Fly
4. Even Better Than The Real Thing
5. Mysterious Ways
6. One
7. Unchained Melody
8. Until The End Of The World
9. New Year's Day
10. Numb
11. Angel Of Harlem
12. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
13. Satellite Of Love
14. Dirty day
15. Bullet The Blue Sky
16. Running To Stand Still
17. Where The Streets Have No Name
18. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
19. Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your New Car
20. Lemon
21. With Or Without You
22. Love Is Blindness
23. Can't Help Falling In Love
Disc 2
Bonus Tracks:
1. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
2. Desire
(Both taken live from the Zoo TV Special, Yankee Stadium, New York, 29th and 30th of August 1992)

3. The Fly
4. Even Better Than The Real Thing
(Both taken live from the Stop Stellafield Concert, G-Mex Centre, Manchester, 19th of June 1992)

A Fistfull Of Zoo TV
Zoo TV - The Inside Story
Trabantland

Extras:

Video Confessional
Numb Karaoke
U2 - 3D

Starring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr.

U2 3D is an American-produced 2008 3-D concert film featuring rock band U2 performing during the Vertigo Tour in 2006. The film features performances of 14 songs, including tracks from How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004), the album supported by the tour. The film's concert footage includes political and social statements made during the shows. It is the band's second feature film, following their 1988 rockumentary, Rattle And Hum. Among several cinematic firsts, U2 3D was the first live-action digital 3-D film.
The project was created to experiment with a new type of 3-D film technology pioneered by film producer Steve Schklair. After considering filming American Football games in 3-D, the company decided to create a concert film with U2 as their subject. The band were hesitant to participate, but decided to make the film mainly as a technological experiment rather than a profit-making venture. Although set in Buenos Aires, the film was shot at seven concerts in various cities in Latin America, and two in Australia. The film's complex setup involved shooting with up to eighteen 3-D cameras simultaneously and capturing the footage digitally.
After a preview screening at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, the film premiered at the 2008 Sundance Festival, and was shown at over 600 theaters internationally following its wide release in February 2008.
U2 3D peaked at number 19 at the United States box office, and it earned $20 million in its first 12 months of release. The film received mostly positive reviews, with many critics praising the 3-D technology and innovation. Some critics said that viewing the film's 3-D effects was better than attending a live concert. U2 3D won several awards, and its positive reception convinced some of the filmmakers that the project created a paradigm shift in filmmaking.

U2 3D depicts a U2 concert in Buenos Aires during the band's Vertigo Tour. In the beginning of the film, a voice is heard chanting "everyone" in a crowd-filled stadium, followed by fans running through the venue before the start of the show.
U2 begin the concert with "Vertigo", followed by ten more songs in the main set. Images are shown throughout the concert on the stage's LED display. Political and social statements are made during some songs, including "Sunday Bloody Sunday"—during which the word "Coexista" (English: "Coexist") is spelled out on-screen through various religious symbol— and "Miss Sarajevo", during which an excerpt from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is read aloud by a narrator.
The main set ends with "One", after which the group leave the stage. They return for an encore and perform "The Fly", during which a succession of words and phrases appear on the stage's LED display and are superimposed into the film.
The band end the show with "With Or Without You" and leave the stage for the final time. As the closing credits begin, a live performance of "Yahweh" is heard as animations from the stage's LED display are shown. U2 reappear on stage in a post-credits scene performing the end of the song.
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