U2 stunned their fans earlier this week by releasing their new album Songs of Innocence for free on iTunes. “We wanted to make a very personal album,” Bono told Rolling Stone‘s Gus Wenner. “Let’s try to figure out why we wanted to be in a band, the relationships around the band, our friendships, our lovers, our family.”
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Now we have a question for you: What is your favorite deep cut from U2’s catalog? Any song that wasn’t a hit works fine here. Feel free to vote for a B-side like “Salome” or “Luminous Times (Hold On to Love),” a live-only tune like “Return of the Stingray Guitar” or merely a hidden gem like “Acrobat” or “Drowning Man.” We’ll even count singles that failed to make much of an impression, like “Please” or “One Tree Hill.” Please only vote once and only for a single song.