Until last week, the video to the U2 song "Red Hill Mining Town" was considered the Holy Grail to die-hard U2 fans. It was filmed but never released...and now we know why. It's DREADFUL! At this point, it's actually funny how bad it is. Because the band would never allow something so awful to even be filmed nowadays, much less released. You probably won't be able to appreciate it if you're not a U2 fan, other than to recognize that it's a boring, strange video featuring Bono, his earnestness at an all-time high, wandering aimlessly in a mine while lip-synching to the song, Larry inexplicably pounding away on a wall, and the Edge and Adam (both looking about 18 years old) releasing small birds in slo-mo. This video was done by a fellow Dubliner, Neil Jordan, so maybe they were doing him a favor. Remember that this was 20 years ago, when most people made crappy videos like this one. Enjoy!