After the release of U2’s Songs of Innocence, Bono said they wanted the album to be “very personal.”
So personal, in fact, that people are complaining that it violated their privacy.
“[The album] was released without any prior announcement on Tuesday (September 9) at Apple’s iPhone 6 launch event and was immediately made available on iTunes with free digital copies delivered to over 500 million users.”
Sounds nice, right? A FREE U2 album? Everyone likes free things.
SO if you were one of the people who took a social network, notoriously known for breaching privacy, and complained about having the new U2 album in your cloud. Here’s the handy one-button remover.
BUT BEFORE you go and do that, maybe have a listen to the album first. It’s nice. Maybe not their best, but haven’t you ever been told not to look a gift horse in the mouth?
Here’s a great review of Songs of Innocence. AND the last song The Troubles features a duet with one of my fave artists, Lykke Li.