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U2 - Zoo TV Live from Sydney (Limited Edition) - Easter Eggs

This page contains easter eggs for the disc U2 - Zoo TV Live from Sydney (Limited Edition) (DVD, Region 1).

U2 - Zoo TV Live from Sydney (Limited Edition)

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Behind the Scenes:

Insert the second disc of the DVD set in your player and on the Main Menu highlight the entry 'Extras.' Now press the 'Right' arrow key on your remote control and then press 'Down.' The Zoo TV logo at the top of the screen will now be highlighted and if you press the 'Enter' key now you will see a screen with 'Abort' written on it. Using your remote control enter the numbers 2, 7, 1, 1 and you will see unlock a clip where you can see the setup, concert and tear-down of the Zoo TV stage using time-lapse photography, set to the song 'Some days are better than others.'


Bonus Documentary:

Enter the 'Documentaries' section on the disc and select 'Play All.' To save some time fast-forward through the footage and when you get back to the menu screen, highlight the 'Subtitles' menu entry. Now press the 'Down' key on your remote control followed by the 'Left' key to highlight an O in the center of the screen. Press 'Enter' now and you will be treated to a 25-minute documentary called 'Interference', which includes 'The History Mix.'


Bonus Feature:

Enter the 'Extras' section on the DVD and highlight the menu entry 'DVD credits.' Press the 'Down' key on your remote control, followed by the 'Right' key and another O appears in the center of the screen. Press the 'Enter' key now on your remote and it will take you to another screen with 'Abort' written on it. This time enter the numbers 1, 9, 9, 3 and you will get to see a 1-minute long clip of atomic-bomb themed warning drills.


All easter eggs were generously submitted by SirDonk


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