The Joshua Tree [30th Anniversary Super Deluxe 7 LP Box Set]

Island Records

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A TAV Essential Listening Album.

Celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of its 1987 release, it’s the ultimate collector's edition of The Joshua Tree.

A live recording of The Joshua Tree Tour from Madison Square Gardens in 1987, b-sides from the original singles and new remixes from Daniel Lanois, St Francis Hotel, Jacknife Lee, Steve Lillywhite and Flood form part of this special edition of The Joshua Tree.

It will also feature an 84-page hardback book of unseen personal photography shot by The Edge during the original Mojave Desert photo session in 1986. "When I see the people we were back then,” writes Edge, in his introduction. "I see a bunch of pilgrims on a journey towards some kind of creative home. I think that really does capture the spirit of the band at that time.”

- U2.com

“The Joshua Tree, released in 1987, is U2 at their biggest: 11 sweeping, aching anthems to self-doubt, humanity, hope and America-focused anxiety – all straightforward and pop-savvy enough to propel them from arenas to stadiums. It was the fastest-selling album in U.S. chart history when it topped Billboard in 1987, and currently sits at 10 times platinum, an album so huge that the band is playing the record in its entirety on an arena tour 30 years later. The second retrospective box set (the first appeared in 2007) is a giant, four-CD (or weighty seven-LP) collection that features the pristine-sounding original album, a previously unreleased concert recording from New York, new remixes, B-sides, never-before-released outtakes and a book of photography by the Edge.

The band sound energized and even playful on the Madison Square Garden performance (fans may recognize the gospel-tinged "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" with its Bob Marley outro from 1988's Rattle and Hum). Bono does his best preacher impression on "Bullet the Blue Sky," while the Edge plays soaring, Led Zeppelin-y slide guitar. The ominous meditation on a psycho killer, "Exit," features a snippet of Them's "Gloria," à la Patti Smith. Bono yells, "Fuck it up, Edge" before the solo in "In God's Country," and he calls the "Trip Through Your Wires" "sort of a love song" that he dedicates to himself. It's a brilliant snapshot of the band, even if it omits the cover of the Beatles' "Help" and their own "Bad" and "Spanish Eyes," all played that night. (A concert film of this show, or any other on the original Joshua Tree tour, is the only missing ingredient in the box.)” – Rolling Stone

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The Joshua Tree


Island Records, Interscope Records


Box Set, Deluxe Edition, 30th Anniversary Edition

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

3 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation


UK, Europe & US

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Classic Rock

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VINYL SUPER DELUXE BOXSET (with digital download card)

LP 1+2 – The Joshua Tree album

LP 3+4 – The Joshua Tree Live at Madison Square Garden 1987

LP 5+6+7– The Joshua Tree Remixes / Outtakes / B-Sides


LP 1+2 – The Joshua Tree album

Where The Streets Have No Name

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

With Or Without You

Bullet The Blue Sky

Running To Stand Still

Red Hill Mining Town

In God's Country

Trip Through Your Wires

One Tree Hill


Mothers Of The Disappeared


LP 3+4 – The Joshua Tree Live at Madison Square Garden 1987

Where The Streets Have No Name

I Will Follow

Trip Through Your Wires

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For


Bullet The Blue Sky

Running To Stand Still

In God's Country

Sunday Bloody Sunday



New Year's Day

Pride (In The Name Of Love)

With Or Without You

Party Girl

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For



LP 5 – Remixes

One Tree Hill 2017 Remix (St Francis Hotel)

Bullet the Blue Sky 2017 Remix (Jacknife Lee)

Running To Stand Still 2017 Remix (Daniel Lanois)

Red Hill Mining Town 2017 Mix (Steve Lillywhite)

With or Without You 2017 Remix (Daniel Lanois)

Where The Streets Have No Name 2017 Remix (Flood)


LP 6 – Outtakes

I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (Lillywhite Alternative Mix ’87)

One Tree Hill Reprise (Brian Eno 2017 Mix)

Silver and Gold (Sun City)

Beautiful Ghost/Introduction To Songs Of Experience

Wave Of Sorrow (Birdland)

Desert Of Our Love

Rise Up

Drunk Chicken/America

LP 7 – B–sides

Luminous Times (Hold On To Love)

Walk To The Water

Spanish Eyes

Deep In The Heart

Silver And Gold

Sweetest Thing

Race Against Time

Book: Photographs by The Edge, a hardback collection of previously unpublished personal photographs from the original Mojave Desert sessions in 1986. Foreword by The Edge.

Plus: Folio of 8 Anton Corbijn Color Prints from 1986