Here’s hoping the album isn’t a bomb!

U2 to Release ‘Atomic Bomb’ Album in November
LONDON (Reuters) – Irish rock band U2 Tuesday disclosed the title and set the release date for its next album, “How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb,” which will hit record shops on Nov. 23.
The album, recorded in Dublin and the south of France, hit the headlines after recordings from it disappeared in July. The disappearance of rough versions of some tracks from a Nice, France, recording studio prompted fears they would turn up on the Internet before their official release.
“Vertigo” will be the first single from the new album, which is a follow-up to the 2000 success “All That You Can’t Leave Behind.” The song will arrive on radio Sept. 24, according to U2’s label Interscope.
U2, whose first album “Boy” came out 24 years ago, was also nominated for membership to the U.S. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Tuesday, along with Grandmaster Flash, Randy Newman and other music stars.