Thursday, 20 August 2009
U2 to release unearthed songs from 'The Unforgettable Fire' sessions
U2 have said they want to release a number of previously unreleased tracks recorded during the band's sessions for their 1984 album 'The Unforgettable Fire'.Bono and The Edge said that a number of tracks have been rediscovered by the band recently, when they were revisiting the LP to remaster it for a 25th anniversary reissue later this year.Speaking on BBC Radio 1 yesterday (August 19), The Edge admitted he'd been listening to several unreleased tracks that are likely to feature on the expanded new version."I listened to some tracks that we're gonna release with the new 'Unforgettable Fire' reissue, some new songs that we discovered that we'd recorded, back in that era - the '80s - that we're gonna put out. And they sound amazing."