Foo Fighter Says New U2 Album 'Sounds Like A Fart'
In a mere four words, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins perfectly summed up his thoughts on it: "Sounds like a fart." Like many others, Hawkins was not a fan of the massively invasive release, where iTunes dropped Songs of Innocence right into everyone's iCloud. In an interview with theMusic.com.au, Hawkins went in on U2's method of release.
"I mean, I think they probably thought it was gonna be a great idea: 'Here's the deal: everybody who has an iPhone, gets your record. And they get it for free!'" he said. "And they thought, probably, 'Well that's pretty awesome!' but they didn't really take into consideration the Big Brother feeling that kinda goes along with like, '[In menacing voice] You have the new U2 record.'
"You couldn't get rid of it and they actually had to come up with an app to get rid of it, that's horrible." Hawkins didn't stop there. Read more here.
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