" I WENT OUT WALKING THROUGH STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD " 
U2 LIVE: SLANE CASTLE (PROMO)

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 Release Date November 21, 2004
 Record Label Island Records
 Album How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2004)
Commercial Releases Not Available
 TRACKLISTING (Click for Lyrics)
  • Elevation (Live from Slane) (4:06)
  • Beautiful Day (Live from Slane) (4:36)
  • Out of Control (Live from Slane) (6:00)
  • Where the Streets Have No Name (Live from Slane) (5:52)
  • One (Live from Slane) (5:10)
LINER NOTES
No individual listings for these tracks.
OTHER NOTES
This promotional single was pressed by Polygram in Mexico.  It takes tracks from the U2 Go Home DVD that was released in the previous year, and places them in audio format on this promo.  The tracks were recorded live at Slane Castle on September 1, 2001.

This promo was only released in Mexico, and was a bonus given out on the day of release when people purchased How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb album.  Unlike most Mexican promo releases, this one was released in a slimline jewel case instead of a cardboard sleeve.

CATALOG INFORMATION
 5" CD:
Country: Mexico
Label: Polygram Records
Catalog: CDP 201563
UPC: None 
Package: Picture Sleeve
Matrix: #041110MB 015632 L390 CINRAM 
Track Listing:
Elevation (Live from Slane) / Beautiful Day (Live from Slane) / Out of Control (Live from Slane) / Where the Streets Have No Name (Live from Slane) / One (Live from Slave)
Further Information:
Released with copies of How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb in certain stores in Mexico on the first day of release.
Other Images:
None
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