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U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ sells more than 29,000 copies — despite free version on iTunes

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Some people must still love paying for music.

Even though every citizen on the planet with access to iTunes had the chance to download the new U2 album for free, roughly 29,000 souls chose to lay down hard cash for it anyway.

That’s according to official numbers from Nielsen SoundScan for “Songs of Innocence.”

 

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