In an interview with GQ, Pink Floyd's Nick Mason talks about Apple's failed release of U2's latest album "Songs of Innocence" and the implications it imposed. He was quick to clarify where he stood on the issue telling GQ, "Let me be completely clear about my position: if Apple had come to me and said, 'Nick, we want to release your album in exchange for £50m', I couldn't have thought of a better idea.' but Mason still believes Apple's execution of the release left much to be desired and raised some red flags for the music industry. "It's made everyone...

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