Last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook pranked the entire iPhone-toting world with a gratis copy of U2's new album—"Songs Of Innocence"—beamed directly to everyone's phone, without asking. Today, it's letting you undo this dark magic.

Like a bad dream, iPhone owners woke up to a U2 record on their phones that came without explanation or any clear means of deletion:

Recode reports Apple is now humanely providing instructions to delete the music, which was automatically inserted into everyone's album collection as part of an iPhone 6 promo.

This is perhaps the crummiest instance to date of Apple's notorious reality distortion mentality—the company has long operated as if it knows best for the American consumer, regardless of what anyone truly wants. When it got rid of keyboards, it was right. When it gave everyone a U2 album, it was very wrong.