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Luciano Pavarotti joins Bono on 'Ave Maria': just one of a series of great additional tracks with the new single 'Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own', now on sale.

'Sometimes...', the second single from 'How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb', is released by Universal Island Records (outside Canada, the US and South America) this week and comes in 2 CD formats and a DVD single.

B-sides include an exclusive Jacknife Lee remix of 'Ave Maria' sung by Bono with Luciano Pavarotti - the original of which was performed at the Pavarotti & Friends concert in Italy in 2003.

There's also the dancefloor-filling 'Vertigo' Redanka remix, and the Jacknife Lee remix of UK and Japan-only album track 'Fast Cars'.

The DVD carries a video of the band performing 'Sometimes ...' live from the Dublin studio, along with a Trent Reznor reworking of Vertigo.

You can catch Phil Joanou's video for 'Sometimes...' here.

Formats are as follows:

CD1
1. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own - radio edit 4:51
2. Fast Cars - Jacknife Lee Mix 3:28

CD2
1. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own - radio edit 4:51
2. Ave Maria - Jacknife Lee Mix 3:35
3. Vertigo - Redanka Remix 7:32

DVD single
1. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own - live at Hanover Quay, 16 Nov 2004
2. Vertigo - video
3. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own - audio
4. Vertigo - Trent Reznor Remix - audio

Don't forget that in Canada, South America and the US, the second single from 'How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb' is 'All Because of You' - and we are hosting the new video for this track right here.

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