U2, "Pride in the Name of Love" Video: All Four Versions

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In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, here are videos for U2's classic song for the leader, "Pride (In the Name of Love)." There were actually several variations on the video, according to U2faqs.com:

*Pride (#1) - August 1984, Donald Cammell, St. Francis Xavier Hall, Dublin *Pride (#2) - July 1984, Barry Devlin, Slane Castle, Dublin *Pride (#3) - August 1984, Anton Corbijn, London

Here's version #1:

Here's the so-called "sepia version" of that video:

Here's the one MTV/VH1 was fond of showing, as it's the one I remember seeing a bunch in the 1990s:

And here's the one directed by long-time U2 pal Anton Corbijn. Artsy!

-- Annie Zaleski

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