It's been a rough week and a half for U2. Despite the fact that the band made a deal with Apple worth a reported $100 million to give its latest album Songs of Innocence away to Apple customers for free, some became incensed with the fact that the tech company was adding it to their purchased list, and — by proxy — their music libraries. A few days later, Apple offered up a tool that wipes it from both your account and computer, for good. Some would say that's good enough, but not late-night TV host Conan O'Brien. He imagines a way to completely remove all traces of the band from your brain with something called "eRase U2." We won't spoil what you get when the procedure's over.