Bono Apologizes For Forcing New U2 Album Onto Millions Via iTunes

Songs of Innocence, the latest album release from the band U2, was made available for free to everyone with an iTunes account a month ago. By made, it was forced upon many iTunes users as an automatic download, whether the user wanted the album or not. In a recent video interview hosted on Facebook, U2 fans got to ask the band anything, and on fan asked through a question submitted through the social network “Can you please never release an album on iTunes that automatically downloads to people’s playlists ever again? It’s really rude.” Lead singer Bono answered with “Oops … I’m sorry about that,” and went on to acknowledged while intentions were pure, their actions may have gone too far with the release of this album.

THE CONVERSATION QUESTION: Do You Accept Bono’s Apology For The Troubles Caused By The iTunes Automatic Download Of The New U2 Album, ‘Songs of Innocence?’

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