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U2: U2360° at the Rose Bowl Heading to Blu-ray

International supergroup U2 have officially announced on their website U2.com that they will be releasing their U2360° at the Rose Bowl concert on Blu-ray and DVD in the UK on June 7 2010 and the US on June 3, 2010 through Mercury Records.

Captured live in front of 97,000 fans at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl in 2009 in support of their tour for the Grammy-nominated album No Line on the Horizon, the full-HD production utilized 27 HD cameras and was directed by Tom Krueger who had previously worked on U23D, the first live action 3D concert movie taken from U2’s Vertigo Tour.

The release will be available in four different iterations:

Single-Disc Blu-ray Edition (includes exclusive BD Live bonus feature. Video footage from the forthcoming 2010 US and European Tour will be continually updated to your player via the BD Live feature on the disc.) SRP $21.95:

Track list:

  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 You Can’t Get Out Of
  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

Single-Disc DVD Edition SRP$14.95:

Track List:

  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 You Can’t Get Out Of
  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

2-DVD Deluxe Edition SRP $21.95:

Featuring the live concert (same tracklisting as above)

Plus:

  • Squaring The Circle: Creating U2360 Documentary
  • U2360° Tour Clips
  • Bonus Track ‘Breathe’ (Live At The Rose Bowl)
  • Berlin Timelapse Video

Videos:

  • Get On Your Boots
  • Magnificent
  • I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight (Animated)
  • 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

2-DVD Super Deluxe Box Set SRP $39.95:

Contains live concert plus:

  • 2 DVD
  • 24 page book
  • Poster
  • Set-list
  • Replica Tour Programme
  • 7″ Vinyl

All formats are available for pre-order on U2’s official website.

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