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U2 - Zoo TV [Limited Edition] [DVD]

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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal
  • DVD Release Date: 18 Sept. 2006
  • Run Time: 182 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FZDGX8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,391 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Having been a U2 fan for many years, this is without doubt the best I have seen them. This is a must buy for all U2 fans and anyone that appreciates musicianship and how to play a live gig. Bono is on another plain here, his vocals are more than stunning. Edge plays faultless powerfull guitar taking their moving sound to another level. Adam Clayton is the unsung hero having collapsed the night before from a breakdown, he carries himself and the band through the songs. Larry Mullen Jnr is the backbone of this band and it shows. They are just the best at doing this kind of thing and continue to this day. This is how a band should be, playing with passion and totaly in control. The extras are a great insight into the ZOO TV experience including the disturbing diary room. My favourite section of the gig has to be Bono's vocals on the end of 'Running To Stand Still' - a moving experience that sends shivers down your spine. I wish I'd been there. Go buy this if you love music and love live bands. This is how it should be done.
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Moving away from the America themed (obsessed?)'Joshua Tree' era and directing their attention towards Europe(mostly Germany) with the startling 'Achtung Baby' and 'Zooropa',U2 followed the yellow-brick road to Oz and at the Sydney Cricket Stadium performed their finest recorded concert.As the pre-concert PA belts out 'Television The Drug Of The Nation' by The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy you can almost taste the anticipation of the Australian audience as giant TV screens depict images of Nazi-Germany,state control and tell us to 'WATCH MORE TV!'.The camera zooms in on Bono,dressed in leather,siloueted in a spotlight and elevated on a platform while kicking his jack-booted feet to waist height.He cooly throws his cigarette away and joins the rest of the group for the opener 'Zoo Station'.They perform the majority of their 1991 (and probably their best) album 'Achtung Baby'.The highlights are numerous and never-ending,Lou Reed appearing on a big screen while he and Bono duet on 'Satellite Of Love',Bono flicking through Australian TV stations with a giant remote control and waving to himself as U2 perform 'Where The Streets Have No Name' while the original video is played on the giant screen in the background.The finale of 'Lemon' and 'Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car' is something to savour as Bono telephones The President Of The USA at The Whitehouse and a local taxi firm from the stage to take him home.A female 'fan' climbs on stage during the last song 'Love Is Blindness' and hugs Bono throughout the song,this may be a part of the show but it is still very effective.
This is more than a concert,it is political,theatrical and pure entertainment as U2 re-invented themselves as THE premier rock band of the early 1990's.
Apart from REM's 'Tourfilm' it's difficult to think of a more innovative,entertaining and original concert recording than 'ZOO TV'.
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I saw this same show when it rolled into Wembley Stadium. I am not by any stretch of the imagination a big U2 fan but still to this day it is the most impressive and exciting stadium show i have ever seen. What impressed me and at the same time horrified me was the opening and subsequent images of the show. Huge screens showing nazi properganda films were being blasted out all over the stage and the crowds in wembley were reacting (as they do in this show) with pure delight, roaring and baying for more. The power of persuasion by image was lost i think on the majority of the audience, and this was not the usual U2 gig, They included some older material but for the better part the songs were from Achtung Baby and Zooropa This was the band playing with their own image, playing with gullible fans who will follow anywhere their heroes lead them, even into dangerous imagery and thoughts. Watch this show for the pure profesionalism of a band at their peak and then watch it again as a ironic statement of how easy it is, with the power of imagery, and lights and music to lead people wherever you want,....This is still without doubt the most powerful and terrifyingly beautiful performance by a rock band i have ever seen and one U2 never managed (or wanted) to capture again on any subsequent tours.
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Widely recognized as the best live concert tour ever by any artist. So different from anything else in that time (1992/93) and also very different from anything else that U2 had done before. That is and always has been one of the important goals for U2 : to find new sounds and to give live performance a new dimension.
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This is from a time when the world at large was still allowed to like Bono and the music of U2. These days, of course, a vocal minority makes out he and they are the worst thing ever, when they are not.

The concert itself contains outstanding performances of the then new Achtung Baby album, as well as all of the classics, few of which at that stage were even 10 years old.

It's interesting to see how times have changed - in this concert, the only lights you see are from cigarette lighters during ballads, in particular One. today, of course, concerts are all about 20,000 people holding up phones to make 20,000 poor videos that will be uploaded 20,000 times. It seems to me that it was a lot better when people went to a concert and just watched it.
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