Vinyl shops were packed to the brim over the weekend with customers looking to snag copies of Record Store Day exclusives. One of those limited edition releases was U2’s Songs of Innocence; you know, that album Bono slipped into your iTunes without your consent? But instead of the latest U2 LP, a special handful of fans were instead given a copy of Tool’s 1992 Opiate EP. We hope U2 fans enjoy Tool too.
— Dianne Delahunty (@diannedelahunty) April 18, 2015
It’s still unclear as to how many “U-Tool” releases were sold, or where the U2 pressings actually are, but as Exclaim! reports, the actual Songs of Innocence RSD release is going for $85 – $330 on Discogs.