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U2’s first three albums--Boy,October, andWar--receive star treatment with these re-mastered versions, just as their legendaryThe Joshua Treerecord did last year. Every album includes a second disc of b-side remixes, live versions, and rare performances that die-hard fans of the Irish band will surely appreciate. The box also has room for a fourth album (we assume it’s forThe Joshua Tree), but we can’t help to think that they’ll come out with a second Deluxe Edition Box Set next year, with even better albums from the band’s vast musical catalog.--Ernesto Sánchez(People en Español
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Label:  Island
Release Date:  July 29, 2008
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review by . August 05, 2008
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One might wonder what is the motivation behind this box set, is it pure greed on the part of U2 and their record company or is it the chance to give fans some hidden gems. I have been grappling with this concept and thought about if I should purchase this box set or not. I already own "Boy", "October" and "War" and many of these B-Sides I already own on the "U2: Best of 1980-1990" bonus disc that came out about ten years ago. Therefore, why on earth would I want to spend some $60.00 odd dollars …
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