By EW Staff
Updated October 22, 2004 at 04:00 AM EDT

Looking for music that moves you? Strap into iTunes and experience ”Vertigo,” the first single from U2‘s instructive How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, which hits stores next month. ITUNES.COM

”Imagine” all the people living in creepy, postapocalyptic harmony. You can with morbid rockers A PERFECT CIRCLE‘s cover of John Lennon’s classic, from their new album, eMOTIVe. APERFECTCIRCLE.COM

Beware the Danny the Dog soundtrack. Composed by atmospheric maestros MASSIVE ATTACK, it’s all tense instrumentation and dark moodiness. In other words, it’s got bark and bite. MASSIVEATTACK.CO.UK/DANNY

SNOOP DOGG lets you snag a free song from his humbly titled R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece by registering at his site. But then he insists that you ”Drop It Like It’s Hot.” Weird. SNOOPDOGG.COM