'Vertigo 2005//U2 Live from Chicago', the live DVD of the current tour is released around the world today and in the US tomorrow.

Filmed at the United Center Chicago on 9th and 10th May, the new DVD brings Vertigo '05 to the small screen.

Grab a look at a clip here and view our exclusive All Because Of You clip here.

The DVD comes on two discs. The first comes with the ful
l live show, directed by Hamish Hamilton who directed both of U2's previous million selling live DVDs.

The second disc is full of bonus material including Beyond The Tour, an intimate behind the scenes documentary.

The bonus disc also comes with a very cool extra sequence of U2 material, something unique to the Vertigo Tour. This is a startling 'surveillance cuts' version of the Chicago show, conceived and filmed by U2's longtime Show Director Willie Williams. The footage uses four remote controlled black and white infra-red surveillance cameras. Trust us - it offers a totally different perspective on the show. (You might even be on it!)

And the tracklisting? This is what it looks and sounds like:

Disc One

City Of Blinding Lights
Cry/Electric Co.
An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart
Beautiful Day
New Year's Day
Miracle Drug
Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
Love And Peace Or Else
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Bullet The Blue Sky
Running To Standstill
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Where The Streets Have No Name
Zoo Station
The Fly
Mysterious Ways
All Because Of You
Original Of The Species

Disc Two

Directed by Erica Forstadt


- Surveillance Cuts
Love And Peace Or Else
An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart
Cry/Electric Co.
Running To Stand Still
Concept, direction and photography by Willie Williams.

- Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own - Alternative Video
Directed by Phil Joanou

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