U2 to Release DVD at Chicago Tour



U2 will, in the near future, release its DVD, shot at its Chicago tour earlier this month

Irish popular rock band U2, who politically active in human rights causes, will in the near future release its DVD, which was shot during their tour in Chicago earlier this month. The DVD is set to include a video for the lead track shot during U2's unrehearsed show underneath the Brooklyn Bridge last fall, as well as the clip for "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own."

The release date has not yet mentioned. Fans can read the details of the release news on the band official Web site, http://www.u2.com.

In related news, U2 has begun a thee-show tour in the New York area Tuesday in East Rutherford, N.J. Moreover, the band has also chose "City of Blinding Lights" as the third U.K. single from its 2004 album "How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb." Thus, the track will be released in two different CDs, one with Killahurtz Fly's mix of "All Because of You" and the other with live versions of "Even Better Than The Real Thing" and "The Fly" taped at a June 1992 show in Manchester, England.

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