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Under a Blood Red Sky contains recordings from three different live performances in Boston and Red Rocks, Sankt Goarshausen in Germany, however, state that the album is on Edition included in Red Rocks. The video Edition is, however, entirely recorded in Red Rocks, and thanks to the environment there, the rain and the décor got the video much familiarity. Rolling Stone Magazine calls this action one of the fifty most influential events of pop music. The title of the album comes from the eponymous line from New year's Day from the album War. The album contains the famous phrase, This is not a rebel songin the beginning of Sunday Bloody Sunday. Also know as the "rare tracks" Trash, Trampoline and the Party Girl, usually simply called Party Girl , a b-side of the single A Celebration, released between October and War. Also on Under a Blood Red Sky 11 O'Clock Tick Tock played. This song was never released on album, but in the early days of U2 this was their biggest hit and was played twice per often occur, including one as an encore.
This series performances were known for the explosiveness of the band while on tour. So on the video to see that Bono during the show along a Pole on the roof ran and climbed across the canvas, while the canvas gently began to tear. Bono later said that he did not know who the man was who did that and that he is not to these images can look.
- 1. Gloria -4: 45
- 2. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock -4: 43
- 3. I Will Follow -3: 47
- 4. Party Girl -3: 08
- 5. Sunday Bloody Sunday -5: 17
- 6. Cry/The Electric Co./Send in the Clowns -5: 23
- 7. New year's Day -4: 36
- 8. 40 -3: 43
Cry runs across in The Electric Co. and ends in the Steven Sondheim cover Send in the Clowns.
In 2008 there is a remastered version released with both the cd and dvd. The Electric Co. is here on something cut short both on the cd and dvd version. The piece of "La La La la in America" by The West Side Story (America) has been removed because no permission for was here.