As if being ripped apart by both Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne wasn't humiliating enough, now U2 are being slammed by the Foo Fighters' drummer for having the audacity to give away their new album to anyone with an iTunes account two months ago.
Like it or not, music has been devalued to the point that a free album from one of the world's biggest bands is a cause of genuine annoyance (and/or more legitimate privacy concerns) for a lot of listeners.
When you're a big enough band to warrant a Super Bowl commercial for your new single, it's pretty safe to say you've made it. But U2 frontman Bono still has the same hopes and fears as any multimillionaire musician after decades of rock stardom.
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