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45 Most Anticipated Albums of 2016

Album: TBARelease Date: TBARadiohead fans were given an unexpected Christmas gift with the surprise

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Guitar practice over Paris Edge on camera, practising for Saturday night

Guitar practice over Paris. Edge on camera, practising for Saturday night

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U2 Is Working on New 2016 Album, The Edge Says | Billboard

Add U2 to the list of high-profile 2016 albums. In a recent interview with Q, Bono and the Edge both confirmed they’re hard at work on the band’s follow-up to 2014’s

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Bono: 'We wanted to help Eagles of Death Metal after Bataclan - so we bought them new phones'

Bono has discussed U2's experiences in Paris during last month's terror attacks in a new interview with the New York Times. The band had been due to play in the French capital the night after the attacks, in which 130 people were killed, including 89 at the Bataclan concert venue where Eagles of Death Metal had been playing.

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Bono performs with a Bono impersonator at L.A. show | EW.com

Impersonators are a consequence of mass stardom. They come with the territory. But it’s not every day that you see a star take the stage next to his doppelganger—which Bono did at a Los Angeles U2 show Tuesday night. The singer invited a fan, decked o

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Bono might never play guitar again after bicycle accident - The Independent

Bono might never be able to play guitar again after a bicycle accident in November.

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U2 Releases New Album for Free on iTunes | Variety

Apple is giving away U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence,” for free exclusively on its iTunes store through Oct. 13.

The company made the announcement after the band performed at the end of the company’s two-hour press event, where it unveiled larger iPhones and the first Apple Watch, its foray into the wearable tech market.

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U2's 'Bad' Break: 12 Minutes at Live Aid That Made the Band's Career

The complete story behind the historic performance, 29 years ago this week

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U-2 spy plane fooled new computer system, halting flights in California

A very old spy plane and a very new computer system played pivotal roles in last week's computer glitch that paralyzed flight operations in California.