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U2 Releases Video Footage From The Unforgettable Fire (video)

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Monday, Nov 2, 2009

October 1984 marked the release of U2’s fourth album, The Unforgettable Fire. To honor its 25-year-anniversary, the band has re-released the famous album, remastered by the Edge, along with rarely before-seen video footage.  Check the video below to see Bono speak for a bit on the recording process of the album.


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