Friday, June 24, 2011

Publish a deluxe edition U2 Achtung Baby: was it necessary?

In the absence of a new U2 album, postponed indefinitely because of the beating that the band is getting into the last stage of his mammoth 360 Tour, good will already begin to announce that there will be a deluxe edition of Achtung Baby (Island, 1991), certainly one of my favorite albums of the quartet.

Not only that, alongside the reissue Zooropa (Island, 1993), the disk that the Irish were in the middle of the Zoo TV tour. Were not disclosed details about the content of this lavish box set but it seems as Rolling Stone has told Paul McGuinness, in addition to the two disks together will be video material on that tour.

What is known is that Achtung Baby, originally produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, was remixed in Los Angeles and the group, coinciding with a stop in Winnipeg for testing their performance at Glastonbury, which takes place tonight at the festival Pyramid stage veteran, has been working on a documentary about the time directed by Davis Guggenheim, but it is not official yet to go in that deluxe edition.

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