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U2: Rattle and Hum

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Date Added: 22nd August 2013

Date Removed: 24th October 2013

Available for: 2 months

 

 

Description:

Veteran music video director Phil Joanou joins U2 on the band's U.S. Joshua Tree tour, filming the rock icons as they jam with blues master B.B. King, sing with a gospel choir and record at Sun Records.

 

Certificate:

Year: 1988

Duration: 1hr 38m

 

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