U2 Fans Accidentally Buy Good Music In Record Store Day Mix-Up
Written by Sam Murphy on 21st April, 2015
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As Fact points out, several UK buyers of a special vinyl pressing of Songs Of Innocence were surprised when they found that the vinyl inside was actually Tool’s 1992 EP Opiate.
It was first reported by fan Dianne Delahunty on Twitter, who noticed that the U2 LP was a lot shorter than usual. It’s unknown whether this was simply a mishap or whether someone acted switched the records.
There’s a slight hint of irony in all this given that U2 snuck the album into unwilling participant’s iTunes when it was released last year.
One observant user on Twitter noted, “I can see why U2 fans feel shortchanged getting a Tool EP instead of their U2 album. They normally get four tools for the price of one.”
— Dianne Delahunty (@diannedelahunty) April 18, 2015
I can see why U2 fans feel shortchanged getting a Tool EP instead of their U2 album. They normally get four tools for the price of one .
— Jeremy Allen (@jeres) April 19, 2015