Adam Clayton, Bono, the Edge and Larry Mullen (L-R) of the band U2 pose with their Music International trophies during the Bambi 2014 media awards ceremony in Berlin November 13, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
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U2, who faced mockery for sending their album for free to iTunes' half billion users, are back with a new experiment -- a film version by leading urban artists.U2 announced the free release of "Songs of Innocence" as part of a promotion campaign for Apple's new iPhone 6 .While many U2 fans welcomed the free album, Apple received so many complaints that it offered special advice on how users could delete it.U2 had planned to play all week in New York on NBC television's "The Tonight Show" to promote the album, but canceled after Bono injured his arm in a bicycling accident in Central Park.
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