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U2 Film Headed to DVD [VIDEO]

The film chronicles the making of one of their albums, plus a lot of extra cool features. 

The documentary From the Sky Down chronicles the making of U2′s 1991 album Achtung Baby.

Not only is it a documentary, it will also feature three bonus tracks, plus a question and answer session from Bono, The Edge and the Academy Award winning director, Davis Guggenheim. (An Inconvenient Truth, It Might Get Loud)

It originally premiered on Showtime in October and if you were hoping to get it for the U2 lover on your Christmas list, it won’t be available in time for the holiday, but, you can pick up From the Sky Down on both DVD and Blu Ray January 24.

Check out the trailer:

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