Didn’t Want That U2 Album On Your iPhone? Now You Can Remove It

Didn’t Want That U2 Album On Your iPhone? Now You Can Remove It

More bad news for U2. Not only did the band find out that it can’t make the Billboard charts by having Apple put it on every iPhone user’s iTunes account, but it turns out that a bunch of people aren’t U2 fans and don’t want their new album even if it’s free. After hearing from a few of these folks Apple has decided that maybe you should have a way to remove the tunes from your account. [More]

Sorry U2, Your Free Album Doesn’t Count On Billboard’s List

Sorry U2, Your Free Album Doesn’t Count On Billboard’s List

At the end of yesterday’s time-warping, genre-defying, multilingual livestream of the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple Watch announcement, the computer company decided to give a little-known Irish band the spotlight, allowing the lads from U2 to play some tunes for the crowd while simultaneously releasing their new album as a free iTunes download. But there is some bad news for these upstart rockers — they won’t be seeing their band’s name on the Billboard best-selling album chart. [More]

Is Last.fm Sharing User Data With The RIAA?

Is Last.fm Sharing User Data With The RIAA?

TechCrunch has published a damning rumor accusing the social music site Last.fm of helping the RIAA find users who downloaded leaked copies of U2’s new album. Relying on a tip, TechCrunch claims that the Last.fm, a subsidiary of CBS, handed over a “giant dump of user data to track down people who are scrobbling unreleased tracks.”

David Cross Covers BofA U2 Cover

Above, the shocking footage.

Bank Of America’s Lovesong To Itself

Presented before at a company luncheon. Possibly recorded as recently as November 3rd.

Boobie Magazine Not That Bad Considering…

Boobie Magazine Not That Bad Considering…

For those puritans shocked by the sight of a real live breast adorning Baby Talk magazine, or even those shocked by those who were shocked… remember, it could be much worse. Last month someone got stoned (as in, pelted with heavy rocks) in Ethiopia for simply breastfeeding in public. Further shocked was visiting world humanitarian and sometimes U2 band member, Bono. Reports CBS2 Chicago: