U2's upcoming album, No Line On the Horizon, will come in five configurations, with some hefty prices attached to a couple of them.
Scheduled for release on March 3, the album will be available in standard CD and double-vinyl packages. In addition to those formats, the set will also be available in a digi-pack version, a "magazine" version and as a box set.
The digi-pack configuration, which carries a retail price of $35.98, includes a 36-page booklet, a fold-out poster and 'a new film from Anton Corbijn featuring the music of U2,' available as a download.
The magazine version, available for $49.98, features 'a special 60-page soft cover magazine-style book,' as well as the downloadable Corbijn film.
And lastly we have the box set version, which will set you back $95.98. What do you get in the big kahuna? Well, you get a box and the CD (duh), plus a 60-page hard cover book, a second poster and a DVD version of the Corbijn film - no downloading necessary.