Brand newLOWEST PRICE
- £12.85Free P&P
- New condition
- Sold by all_your_music
- See details for delivery est.
All listings for this product
About this product
- DescriptionFeatures the Zoo TV performance by U2 in Sydney, Australia in 1993. Includes the songs 'One', 'Bullet The Blue Sky', 'Where The Streets Have No Name', 'Pride (In The Name Of Love)', and 'With Or Without You' among many others.
- Video Trailer
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2006
- GenreMusic/Performing Arts
- Additional GenreMusic - Popular
- Subtitle LanguagesEnglish,French,German,Portuguese,Spanish
Most relevant reviews
- em4dog24 Feb, 2011by
excellent dvd brings back memories !!! great quality .
i was at london to see u2 on the same tour so was great to finally have this dvd as a reminder of this great tour.I love the extras you get with dvds this is a definte must for any u2 or live music fan.
- newyorkromance12 Feb, 2011by
Bought for my partner whom LOVES U2...hes already watched it four times already so that has to be a good thing?! Best £8 Ive spent in a while!!!
- conormcloughlin17 Apr, 2010by
u2 in their rock and roll prime a beast of a show, just has everything Bono is pure arrogance, however he fits the role perfectly well worth a wacth!
- itsolutionsne13 Nov, 2008by
Love the concert but why still 4:3
Great concert, had the video, but decided to upgrade to the DVD, was looking forward to watching it on my widescreen TV only to find that even as a DVD it was still only 4:3 aspect ratio and hence took up a small square in the middle of the TV... actually spoilt the experience quite a bit...
- 123eivindl26 Oct, 2008by
The anti-greedy-vulgar-capitalism circus on tour
This product was first released in 1994 and is mostly a result of the two albums Achtung Baby! and Zooropa. This concert is as spectacular and fantastic as you might expect from U2!, the greatest band in rock the last 3 decades in my opinion. As with the album CD: Zooropa, U2 wants to experess in theatrical terms what they think has gone wrong in this world, which I appreciate. It's a mixture of old and new material sewn together with Bono acting on the stage in varous alter egos. I think they wish to hold up a mirror and make us the audience see the ambiguity in this kind of happenings bringing ascosiations to both relious mass meetings and Nurenberg in the 30-ties. Bono acts the narsissistic , diabolic psychopatic alter ego as usual, and also the preacher of love, peace and understanding. So who do you wanna follow? Take me to your leader! Musically I think this is excellent and especially "Love is blindness" is magnificent and probably better that the studio version. All U2 fans can buy this in assertion of not beeing disappointed. Those of you who just like some of U2's material might feel that it's too much theatrical, and a "larger than life" atmosphere, but I find it to be a very successful concert experience musically and also a satirical presentation of U2's concept of thinking duing the 90-ties and thereby what they want to express politically. Read full review
Best-selling in DVDs & Blu-rays
Save on DVDs & Blu-rays
- £3.81Trending at £4.17
- £34.50Trending at £35.34
- £10.47Trending at £14.13
- £19.35Trending at £20.15
- £9.50Trending at £12.61
- £35.99Trending at £36.85
- £4.99Trending at £8.07