Last week, U2 released their new album "Songs of Innocence" on iTunes, and gave it, for free, to everyone with an iTunes account. With about a half-billion iTunes accounts out there, not surprisingly, there were one or two people who didn't appreciate the gift and tried to remove it from their library. They were unsuccessful. The album or the songs could not be deleted...until now.
Monday, Apple released a removal tool.
To remove the album from your iTunes library, go to itunes.com/soi-remove. You will be asked to confirm your decision, then enter your AppleID and password. That's all there is to it.