At 8pm GMT on Monday 4 November, U2 will be taking part in an exclusive web event which coincides with the release of the eagerly-awaited collection U2 The Best of 1990-2000 and marks the band's first group interview in two years. On the day of the webchat hosted by MSN and U2.com, Larry and Bono will be in New York, Edge will be in Dublin and Adam will be phoning in from somewhere on the Indian sub-continent.
The exclusive Q&A, scheduled to run for one hour, will feature questions submitted by fans via u2.com and MSN plus a sneak preview of the album booklet artwork. In addition, album tracks can be heard exclusively at u2.com where users can listen to a song or two a day now - including the four new mixes and two new tracks.
Questions for the U2 global Q&A can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and msn.com. To listen in on November 4th go to u2.com and msn.com.
Download the Best Of 1990-2000 Screen Saver
As a count down to the release of the new album on 4 November, www.u2.com is offering fans the chance to download a brand new screen saver which counts down to the release. Plus you can also hear tracks from the album on the site each day.
Launching this weekend on u2.com and Radio Free Virgin is Zoo Radio, featuring the band's favourite record picks plus commentary from Adam on his chosen tracks. In addition to U2's personal playlists Zoo Radio will feature songs selected by Noel Gallagher, Flood, JJ72, Paul Oakenfold, No Doubt and Gavin Friday.
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