U2 releases new album over iTunes for free


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U2 releases new album over iTunes for free


Iconic band U2 surprised Apple fans and music lovers worldwide after they released their latest album “Songs of Innocence” for free during Apple’s launch event on Tuesday, September 9 in San Francisco. The tech giant said it sent out the album to almost half a billion iTunes customers around the world at no cost. Apple CEO Tim Cook described the move as “the largest album release of all time.” Bono described the album – the band’s first since 2009 – as “deeply personal” and said the release served as “instant gratification.”

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