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After noisily spamming your iTunes account with Songs Of Innocence, their turgid chore of a new album, U2 have quietly slid a few vinyl copies of the LP to a few independent retailers, just in time…   Read Story »
U2's test press album art for Songs Of Innocence was always meant to be temporary, and now the band has revealed the official artwork for the physical release of their thirteenth studio album. It's a…   Read Story »
People are still mad about the way Apple handled the delivery of U2's surprise new album Songs Of Innoncence, which makes it ripe for parody. Conan did just that last night in the form of a…   Read Story »
U2 launched a million thinkpieces last week when they surprised the world with their new album Songs Of Innocence, beaming it automatically into the phones and computers of hundreds of millions of…   Read Story »
When Apple hijacked every functioning iPhone on the planet and added U2's new Songs Of Innocence to those phones' iTunes libraries, the company probably expected some backlash, but I can't imagine…   Read Story »
It's pretty brave to come out against the new U2 album that was dropped onto everyone's computer last week, considering all the unanimous praise it's gotten. (Well...) Leave it to Tyler, The Creator…   Read Story »
"All About That Bass" is a great song. It is not a cool song, but hopefully by now we all realize cool is not the same thing as great. Meghan Trainor's breakout single, which celebrates the sex…   Read Story »
On Tuesday afternoon, you could do a Twitter search for the phrase "who is U2" and come away with some serious food for thought. Not everyone, it turned out, was watching Apple's big unveiling of its…   Read Story »
U2 pulled a combination BeyoncĂ©/Jay Z just a few hours ago by dropping a surprise album complete with a big-budget endorsement deal. (They were paid for the albums that were creepily forced onto…   Read Story »
U2 just pulled a BeyoncĂ© plus a Jay Z. As of a few minutes ago, the band's new album Songs Of Innocence was delivered for free to all iTunes customers, just after U2 performed new single "The…   Read Story »