Label: Paramount Pictures - EC 102908,Lusomundo Audiovisuais - 603432D • Series: Paramount DVD Widescreen Collection • Format: DVD DVD-Video, PAL, Multichannel • Country: Portugal • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock
U2 discography entry for the single "Pride (In the Name of Love)", released in to promote the album "The Unforgettable Fire" and featuring B-Sides, "Boomerang I", "Boomerang II" and "4th of July". Discography includes chart positions, release notes, technical details, and full release information.
Functioning as both the soundtrack to U2's feature film documentary and as a tentative follow-up to their career-making blockbuster, Rattle and Hum is a bit messy. A mix of live cuts and new studio tracks, the album finds U2 running wild in the aftermath of The Joshua Tree, continuing their embrace of America to the point that they adopt several classic rock moves. Specifically, they dabble in.
The U2: Rattle and Hum DVD is a great time machine back to the '80s when U2 had it all. The documentary/stage performance combo gives a great insight into what made them such a great band and fueled their present mark on the music industry.
· U2 - Rattle and Hum - Live () I just posted an album containing the studio tracks from "Rattle and Hum," U2's double album. As I explained there, "Rattle and Hum" was a mixture of live and studio tracks, and I feel it works better to split it into live and studio albums.
Rattle and Hum was a full theatrical release for U2 in conjunction with Paramount Pictures. The film was directed by Phil Joanou throughout following U2 on The Joshua Tree tour, and the film debuted on Octo with a release in Ireland, with releases following around the world including Australia (Nov 3), UK, Canada and USA (Nov 4.
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