Daily Telegraph : U2 tunes slip through ’Netmardi 19 novembre 1996
Source : Daily Telegraph
From The Daily Telegraph :
U2 tunes slip through ’Net
U2 HAS fallen victim to a new breed of high-tech bootleggers. Two unreleasedsongs have been removed from computers at the supergroup’s Dublin studio and distributed on the Internet.
The music has also been sold on bootlegged CDs in UK street markets.
The songs will appear on U2’s next album, due for release next year.
Island Records managing director Marc Marot said the company wasinvestigating how the songs came to be on the Internet.
"Nobody should spend money on those substandard bootlegs," said Marot.
"They are a rip-off."