GO INTO THE STUDIO WITH BONO RECORDING “PRIDE (IN THE NAME OF LOVE)” IN NEW “FROM THE SKY DOWN” TRAILER

“FROM THE SKY DOWN” IS FEATURED IN THE UBER AND SUPER DELUXE EDITIONS OF THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY ACHTUNG BABY REISSUES, AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1ST

U2 have posted another clip from their forthcoming “From the Sky Down” documentary about the making of their 1991 album Achtung Baby. The clip features Bono in the studio recording vocals for “Pride (In the Name of Love)” with legendary producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. “From the Sky Down” was directed by Academy Award-winning director Davis Guggenheim (Waiting for Superman, An Inconvenient Truth). Stay tuned for the revealing of additional clips from the documentary on www.u2.com.

“From the Sky Down” is included in the Uber and Super Deluxe 20th Anniversary Editions of Achtung Baby, which are available November 1st, and will be premiering on Showtime Saturday, October 29th at 8pm (7 central).

Recorded over six months at Hansa Studio in Berlin and Windmill Lane in Dublin, Achtung Baby is U2’s seventh studio album.  Produced by longtime U2 collaborators, Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno with Steve Lillywhite, Achtung Baby was engineered by Flood and led by “The Fly.”  The album spawned four other singles:  “Mysterious Ways,” “One,” “Even Better Than The Real Thing” and “Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses.”

The Achtung Baby archives have unearthed some previously unreleased songs from the recording sessions. With a raft of unreleased material, video, remixes, b-sides and documentary footage discovered, a full album of demo and early versions of the final 1991 tracklisting has also been revealed.  Five physical editions including vinyl, CD, DVD and digital options will be made available.  Full details of all formats are at achtungbaby.u2.com.

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