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The new U2 album 'Songs of Innocence' is out and free on iTunes and it has been revealed that lead singer Bono struggled to write U2's 'personal' new album. The Irish rocker and his band mates, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr - who released their new record 'Songs of Innocence' for free to all iTunes Store customers and U2's website subscribers yesterday - found composing the tracks hard as it required them to revisit past memories.
Dallas, TX - Released today, FAST FORWARD the highly anticipated new album from The Walls Group locks the #1 spot on the iTunes Christian/Gospel chart. Executive produced by multi-platinum gospel star Kirk Franklin, FAST FORWARD features 10 tracks of modern, up-beat and progressive music with strong gospel influences.
The esteemed guitar player kept strumming in the rain. His audience was around 30 people, down from the hundreds who had come to see him before the storm hit.
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It has been a whirlwind nine months for Guy Oseary since he took the reins of U2 's management after longtime manager Paul McGuinness announced his retirement last fall. That includes a Golden Globe , an Oscar nomination , a big Super Bowl campaign and the premiere of The Tonight Show in support of two songs that ultimately didn't make the final cut on Songs of Innocence , the history-making album that debuted to 500 million iTunes customers on Sept.
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Earlier this week U2 released its new album, Songs of Innocence , as an iTunes download available for free until its physical release in October. While great news for fans, that decision is lousy for retailers other than iTunes, but the band has come up with a way to make it up to record sellers.
The release of U2's new “Songs of Innocence” on Sept. 9 as a free download on iTunes surprised just about everyone.
It's a given that merchants would be annoyed that the new U2 album Songs Of Innocence is being offered free to a half billion iTunes consumers for an exclusive five-week window. But in the days after the Sept.
A top ten album on iTunes, Meghan Trainor's "Title" EP has also sent all four of its tracks into the Top 100 of the single sales chart. Evaluated in the context of her immensely successful "All About That Bass," which this week rises to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, initial sales interest in Meghan Trainor's "Title" EP has been modest.
Guess what? If you have an iTunes account, you involuntary own a U2 album that slightly resembles a native advertisement. Along with the launch of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, the company loaded a music equivalent of the ebola virus into everyone's iTunes account, on the "sneak tip".
San Francisco-based Listen.com launched Rhapsody, the first online music subscription service, late in 2001, long before Netflix had a single for its streaming videos. Today, Netflix has more subscribers in the U.S. alone -- 36 million -- than there are paying subscribers to on-demand music services around the world -- an estimated 30 million.
Only .04 percent of copies of the band's new album Songs of Innocence was downloaded via iTunes. This follows after the band made headlines around the world on Tuesday, when they surprisingly released the album during a function hosted by Apple , and offer fans with iTunes account to download the album for free.
One scammer in our state is targeting your tunes, and hoping to get enough personal information to then target your money. The Attorney General's office is passing along this cautionary story: one woman says she got a "Dear Customer" email apparently from Apple saying her iTunes account had been restricted.
While Bono and Tim Cook might be excited about the release of U2's new album, not everyone is sharing their enthusiasm . Toward the end of Tuesday's Apple event, Tim Cook and Bono announced that every iTunes user would be given the band's new album for free.
Pharrell Williams was joined onstage by NERD band mate Shay Haley during his iTunes festival headline set at London's Roundhouse last night . As well as performing a number of tracks from the band's back catalogue, the pair also teased a new album.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 06:30 pm
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