Hmmm, this is interesting news. Am I the only one here who thinks a U2 pop album is the last thing I want in the world. Of course I wouldn't have a problem with an album like Pop, but you know what I mean. Don't make a silly album aimed towards radio songs, it is doomed to fail. I don't think too many people have mentioned or said this but why isn't U2 working with Eno and Lanois? Was it because NLOTH didn't do as well as their other albums? Their best albums have arguably been with them (TUF, JT, AB, ATYCLB, NLOTH). Working with them and not Danger Mouse would lead to much better results IMO, even if they are trying to reinvent themselves or stay relevant (which are both foolish notions for them to worry about, especially the part about relevancy).