Discussion in '80's Music' started by METALPRIEST, Oct 11, 2013.
Idiots! Just delete it if you don't want some free new music. Making such a big deal out of nothing!
Going to repost the following comment here, as this is where I actually wanted to post it, but I mistakenly posted it in the news thread.
Well, here is a way to look at it. When you walk in to a record store, you are going to have XX amount of albums on display, most of which, you have absolutely no interest in. So what do you do? You walk over to one of the people working in the store and tell them to remove the album from the shelves? No, you walk right by it and just leave it be. That's what people should do in iTunes, just ignore it and it will be out of sight when the album is out in physical formats.
Of course, the above example most likely would not make a difference to most iTunes users, as they probably have no idea what a record store is.
Pre order advertisements have hit on the new album, looks like a $30 pre order price for vinyl
Not everyone likes to have shit music forced onto their account and/or their devices.
I loved them up until WAR (Then the concert they had in 1983 in denver was fabulous)
I just dont really like anything after that concert from them although the song PRIDE is good from the unforgettable fire......
I pretty much dig their entire catalog. Especially partial to The Unforgettable Fire, my gateway album to this legendary Irish outfit.
Joshua Tree 30 Anniversary Edition announced.
Rollingstone Magazine - Joshua Tree 30th
U2's best selling album, Joshua Tree turns 30 March 2017.
Bullet the Blue Sky
The thirtieth annivesary of this mega-classic has been on my mind as it coincides with the thirtieth for my high school graduation.Time flies.I strongly recall "Bullet the Blue Sky" being the very first track from U2's world beating release I heard.It went along quite well with a bit of a taste of a little something from Mother Nature's own special herb garden.Aahh,sweet yourh......
I fell for and still love Under A Blood Red Sky. But if I could only have one U2 song it would be One Tree Hill.
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