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U2: A CLASSIC ALBUM UNDER REVIEW - ACHTUNG BABY
In 1991, U2 bravely offered fans their album Actung Baby, leaving behind the blues and anthem rock that had defined their sound in favour of complex dance rhythms and darker themes. This in-depth documentary takes us from the band's formation in Dublin through their early albums - Boy, War, October - and their commercial successes The Joshua Tree and Rattle and Hum, before the Irish rockers sought to reinvent their sound with the groundbreaking Actung Baby.
Experts and insiders reveal the inner workings of one of the world's greatest rock bands during a pivotal period of their development, including: Stuart Bailie, rock journalist and documentary filmmaker Mat Snow, ex-Mojo editor Nigel Williamson, Uncut magazine's contributing editor, and Andrew Mueller from Time Out. This informative documentary also includes interview clips with U2, outtakes from the production of Achtung Baby, several music videos, and rare behind-the-scenes footage of the band.
- Extended interviews
- Contributor biographies: the stories behind the DVD experts.
- The hardest interactive U2 quiz in the world ever
- Adam Clayton
- The Edge