U2 today informed fans that it has begun shipping Artificial Horizon, the free remix album being sent to paying members of the band’s website. The 13-track disc — a sequel of sorts to 1995’s fan-club Melon remix CD — features mixes of the band’s latter-period work by the likes of Trent Rreznor and David Holmes. An e-mail sent to subscribers today said the discs should arrive within seven to 21 business days. Paying members can also read a track-by-track review of the album — and hear audio samples of each mix — at U2.com.
More details on Artificial Horizon, including a full tracklist, are available here.
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