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As a part of its big press announcement last week, Apple announced that every iTunes user would get U2’s new album for free. While some people were thrilled to have some new music in their account for free, others…weren’t so happy. People who don’t care for the Irish rock group took to Twitter to complain about the appearance of “Songs of Innocence” in their music library. Now, Apple has offered those people who don’t care for the album a way out.

Using this link, people can get rid of “Songs,” once and for all. Of course, if they want it back, they’ll need to wait until it’s available for purchase next month.

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