Free U2 Single

2014-02-03 by LITERALLY Donald Trump | 23 Comments
Rock legends U2 have released a new single, entitled 'Invisible', as a free download on iTunes. Additionally, the band has partnered with Bank of America, and for the next 24 hours (until February 3rd at 11:59 PM Eastern Time) the organization will donate one dollar per download of the song to (RED), a charity (co-founded by U2 vocalist Bono) devoted to curing AIDS.

If you have an iTunes account, follow the link below to download the song:
itunes.apple.com/es/album/invisible-red-edit-version/id808571195

Tagged: U2

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KILL
February 3rd 2014
78775 Comments


boring

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Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
February 3rd 2014
37231 Comments


sweet

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Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
February 3rd 2014
37231 Comments


Jesus even I don't like this! Must be pretty damn bad

KILL
February 3rd 2014
78775 Comments


ur learnin

Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
February 3rd 2014
37231 Comments


Nah man I'm still gay as I used to be this is just shite for their standards!

Aids
February 3rd 2014
24325 Comments


still too expensive

RadicalEd
February 3rd 2014
7609 Comments


Just quit.... You lived long enough to see yourself become the villain...

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TheGreatQ
February 3rd 2014
2403 Comments


It sounds like Switchfoot

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RivalSkoomaDealer
February 3rd 2014
1594 Comments


Not worth curing AIDS over.

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Kris.
February 3rd 2014
13551 Comments


all u2 singles are free just ask the internet

Green Baron
February 3rd 2014
22800 Comments


This is bland as fuck

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spanndrew58
February 3rd 2014
58 Comments


At least it's good cause

loneNLwolf
February 3rd 2014
152 Comments


I'm going to illegally download this.

SnakeDelilah
February 3rd 2014
17353 Comments


'Rock legends U2 have released a new single, entitled 'Invisible''

'the band has partnered with Bank of America'

'the organization will donate one dollar per download of the song to (RED)'


What year is this, 2005?

xfearbefore
February 3rd 2014
1382 Comments


still too expensive


Damnit, I was going to say that.

tommygun
February 3rd 2014
26324 Comments


heard this on dadrock radio this morning

sucks

peaks40
February 3rd 2014
2825 Comments


Ordinary Love>

AceOfSpades
February 3rd 2014
81 Comments


a charity (co-founded by U2 vocalist Bono) devoted to curing AIDS

solame

Wadlez
February 3rd 2014
4886 Comments


Bono is a number 2

PunchforPunch
February 3rd 2014
6277 Comments


best band evr

GreyLantern
February 4th 2014
3 Comments


so inspirational

TalonsOfFire
Staff Reviewer
February 4th 2014
14713 Comments


It's not free...

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TheGreatQ
February 4th 2014
2403 Comments


Not anymore



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