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U2 Set Sale For a New Horizon

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Exclusive: New Studio Album & Tracklist Revealed

Stephen Maguire and Seamus Ross, Sunday Mirror

It's the beautiful day millions of U2 fans around the globe have waited patiently to see for the past four years.

Now we can reveal details of the supergroup's long-awaited new album.

It is believed to be titled No Line On The Horizon and will be on sale in music stores on November 14.

The band's record company Universal has already registered the internet domain name nolineonthehorizon.com -- prompting speculation this will be the new record.

And among the songs to be released on what many music insiders are calling the band's best work to date are "Moment of Surrender," "For Your Love," "Love Is All We Have Left" and "One Bird."

Others include "If I Could Live My Life Again," "The Cedars of Lebanon" and "No Line On The Horizon."

Deluxe editions of U2's first three albums - Boy, October and War - are now streaming on imeem.

The band's first three albums have been remastered from the original audio tapes. As with last year's remastered Joshua Tree, guitarist Edge oversaw the latest remastering of U2's catalog material.

Working with Universal Music Enterprises, the deluxe versions of the band's classic first three efforts also contain bonus material, including b-sides, live tracks and rare finds.

Among the extras on Boy, fans will find a previously unreleased mix of "I Will Follow" as well as a previously unreleased "Speed Of Life" and a live version of "Cartoon World" recorded in Dublin at National Stadium.

On October the goodies include live versions of "Gloria," "I Fall Down," "I Threw A Brick Through A Window," "Fire" and "October" recorded at London's Hammersmith Palais. Other extras include remixes, Richard Skinner BBC Session material and concert recordings made in the United States and Netherlands.

The best is yet to come

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Sunday Mirror,

U2's legendary producer, Steve Lillywhite, claims the band's eagerly-awaited new album will be their BEST ever. He has worked with the band since their first album, Boy, was released in 1981, and now he is back in the studio with them as they put the finishing touches to their latest album prior to its October release.

Veteran DJ Tony Fenton said he met Steve and was struck by how the told how the famous producer was ranting about the new album. Tony said: "I met Steve recently and we got talking about the band's new album. He is so excited about the record and claims it's the best record they have ever done.

"I know people think he might say that -- but that's not the kind of thing somebody like Steve Lillywhite says easily. Like the rest of people who love music I'm so looking forward to it."

U2 even missed the recent Nelson Mandela Tribute Concert in London because they were so caught up in putting the final touches to the album at their Hanover Quay Studios in Dublin's Docklands.

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