U2: Rattle and Hum

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Released 1988

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U2: Rattle and Hum

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Director:
Phil Joanou
Released:
1988
Rating:
PG-13
U2: Rattle and Hum is the sixth album from the popular rock band U2 and a documentary concert film of the same name. The film and album contain new songs recorded by the band along with covers and live cuts. The film focuses on American music's influence on the band through genres like country, folk, and blues. Footage from live performances was taken from performances in the cities of Denver, Temp, San Francisco, and New York. U2 performed covers of renowned rock acts like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. The film also features an appearance by B.B. King as well as an inclusion of Jimi Hendrix's famous "Star Spangled Banner" performance from the original Woodstock. The film also features famous U2 songs such as "Where The Streets Have No Name", "With or Without You', and "Sunday Bloody Sunday."

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Arts, Documentary, Drama, Music

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Live Performances, Historical