U2’s upcoming album, “No Line on the Horizon,” will be available in five different incarnations, the glitziest of which carries a $96 list price on Amazon.com. The set is due March 2 internationally and the following day in North America.
Beyond the standard CD and double vinyl packages, “Horizon” will be offered in three additional limited editions.
The digi-pack version, which lists for $35.98, has the CD in a cardboard folded sleeve with a 36-page booklet, a fold-out poster and “a new film from Anton Corbijn featuring the music of U2,” the latter of which is available as a download.
The magazine version, for $49.98, finds the CD housed in “a special 60-page soft cover magazine-style book,” and also includes the downloadable Corbijn film.
Lastly, the box set version comes, naturally, in a box with a 60-page hardcover book, a second poster and the Corbijn film on DVD.
Although the track list for “No Line on the Horizon” has yet to be announced, Q Magazine reports it will feature songs such as “Magnificent,” “Stand Up,” “Winter,” “Breathe,” “Every Breaking Wave” and “Crazy Tonight,” the latter of which sports as-yet-unspecified contributions from the Black Eyed Peas’ will.i.am.