Sunday, August 7, 2011

U2 announced the reissue 'Achtung Baby' with new versions

Components already warned last month of June there will be new U2 studio album until at least 2012. But that does not mean that the Irish band do not plan to launch an album before the end of the year. The album will feature the documentary "Fron the sky down ', which features how it was the excuse is the twentieth anniversary of one of his most emblematic Achtung Baby.

The Bond reported that October 31 will hit stores a special reissue of this CD include, among other things, new songs and a documentary, From the sky down, which revolves around the life of that disc through the years and how it was. The film will be premiered at Toronto International Film Festival to be held in September.

Recorded over six months in Hansa Studios in Berlin and Windmill Lane in his native Dublin, Achtung Baby was released in 1991 as the seventh album from U2. Produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno with Steve Lillywhite, includes singles such as The Fly, Mysterious Ways, One, Even Better Than The Real Thing Whos Gonna Ride Your and Wild Horses.

Twenty years later the anniversary edition of the album will feature unreleased songs from the recording sessions, videos, remixes, b-sides, rarities images of the era, full version disk model and early versions of many of the issues, reports the website group. Will total five different physical issues: vinyl, CD, DVD and digital options.

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