Originally released on VHS in 1994, U2's "Zoo TV—Live From Sydney," will make its DVD debut Sept. 19 via Island/UME. The release will be available both as a single-disc version and a double-disc pac

Originally released on VHS in 1994, U2's "Zoo TV—Live From Sydney," will make its DVD debut Sept. 19 via Island/UME. The release will be available both as a single-disc version and a double-disc package with a host of extras.

The main body of the concert includes 23 songs and goes heavy on "Zooropa" album tracks such as "Lemon," "Numb," "Dirty Day" and "Daddy's Gonna Pay for Your Crashed Car" but also features a cover of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love" and vintage favorites such as "New Year's Day," "Angel of Harlem" and "Pride (In the Name of Love)." Throughout, the band performs avid a visual spectacle captured by 28 cameras.

The bonus disc features the previously unreleased songs "Trying To Throw Your Arms Around the World," "Desire," "The Fly" and "Even Better Than the Real Thing," three behind-the-scenes documentaries and even a karaoke version of the Edge-sung "Numb."

U2 will return to live duty Nov. 7 in Brisbane to make up a host of shows postponed last year. An early July email to members of U2.com's paid fan club broke the news that the band was back in the studio, although it is unknown at what point in the process the sessions are.