U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle, Ireland

(14 Feb, 2005)
Track List
  1. Beautiful Day Lyrics
  2. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of Lyrics
  3. Elevation Lyrics
  4. Walk On Lyrics
  5. Kite Lyrics
  6. Angel Of Harlem Lyrics
  7. Wake Up Dead Man Lyrics
  8. All I Want Is You Lyrics


Produced By: Hamish Hamilton


Filmed on the 1st September 2001, U2 Go Home is the first ever release to feature U2 playing to a home crowd in Ireland.
Following an 80 date sell-out world tour, U2 headed home for two outdoor shows at Slane Castle in Ireland, where the band played to more than 160,000 people. It was at Slane Castle in 1984 that the band recorded their landmark fourth album, an event which was captured in The Unforgettable Fire documentary. The documentary comes with this DVD - re-mastered and re-graded for the first time.
The Elevation shows also marked the 20th anniversary of the band's first appearance at Slane, supporting another legendary Irish rock band Thin Lizzy, at the inaugural Slane Castle Festival. The DVD includes a bonus track, and DVD ROM special features include U2 calendar, screensavers and weblinks plus three songs shot on 'Spincam' allowing the viewer an interactive, 360 degree view of the concert. U2 Go Home is presented in PCM Stereo, DTS and Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound. Aspect ratio 16:9.

Special Features Unforgettable Fire Documentary, Slane, 1984 Filmed in 1984. Digitally re-mastered and re-graded Writer and Director:Barry Devlin Producer:James Morris Editor:Finola Vereker A Windmill Lane Production c. Island Records 1985
Bonus track: "Mysterious Ways", Slane, 2001 Spincam - Interactive Camera Angle U2 Calendar, Weblinks, Screensavers
ultraviolet18 - 19 May, 2011
I want to buy
There are some place where i can buy in argentina?
HugeDK - 16 September, 2010
Does It Get Any Better?
This is one of the best recorded concerts one will ever watch. With all that was going on with Bono with the passing of his dad and the Irish football teams victory, it is just such an emotional performance. Amazing that it is caught forever on DVD! A must have in any collection.
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