LONDON, March 10 — Iconic British rock band U2 have announced a set of deluxe reissues of their seminal album The Joshua Tree, on the 30th anniversary of the record’s release.
The landmark album, originally released on March 9, 1987, featured the group’s hit songs Where the Streets Have No Name, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For and With or Without You, and will be re-released in several formats, including some super deluxe editions, from June 2.
The super deluxe editions include the live recording of U2’s 1987 Madison Square Garden concert, album outtakes and B-sides, and a collection of new remixes by producers like Flood and Daniel Lanois, as well as an 84-page hardcover book of the band’s iconic Mojave Desert 1986 photo session by The Edge.
U2 previously reissued The Joshua Tree in 2007 for its 20th anniversary (viaPitchfork). — AFP-Relaxnews