Saturday, February 21, 2009

The first students will be the new album U2 readers The Guardian.

The first new album by Irish students group U2 "No Line on the Horizon" will be the readers of British The Guardian. Thus, according to the newspaper, 11 tracks from the disc, the official release which was appointed on 2 March 2009, will be presented in the "Music" Internet version of The Guardian.
Premiere digital version of "No Line on the Horizon" will be held on 23 February, on Monday. Recall that the new U2 album will be the first work of studio musicians for the past five years: the previous drive team "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb" came out in 2004.
Meanwhile, the eve of the album had already trickled out to the Internet and has been massively rastirazhirovan on piringovym networks. According to Billboard, was the culprit for leaks Australian portal, belonging to the local office of Universal Music, which are U2. offers its visitors the opportunity to buy an album or listen to songs online.
According to Australian bloggers, the purchase of "No Line on the Horizon" has cost them almost 13 dollars (about 20 Australian dollars). It was after the appearance of songs from the album went to various torrent networks.
But who exactly overlaid digitized version of the new disc U2 to the Internet, are not reported. Billboard notes that in the course organized by music critics for private presentations "No Line on the Horizon" was not present to enjoy the recording device. In addition, staff members and managers of U2 Universal was required to observe all possible safety measures to avoid leakage.

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