As we just posted to twitter...
There's a new remix of "Where the Streets Have No Name" that was just released on iTunes. The remix is called the "High Contrast" mix and the mix is being released as part of the album "Isles of Wonder: Music for the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games".
The description on iTunes reads "London welcomed the world on July 27, 2012, with the lighting of the Olympic Flame, signalling the official start of the London 2012 Games. Get the music from the Opening Ceremony now, which includes the score (courtesy of artistic director Danny Boyle and music director Underworld) as well as performances from top artists.
The album was released today, July 28, 2012, and is appearing in iTunes outside of the UK. The copywrite is 2012 Decca Music Group Limited. There are 22 tracks and a digital booklet. The majority of the tracks appear as "Album Only" tracks which mean they cannot be purchased separate, and you have to purchase the entire album to receive them. The U2 track is indeed one of these "Album only" tracks.
The remixer on this track is "High Contrast" also known as Lionel Barrett, who is a Welsh DJ and Producer. This is his first known remix of U2.
An audio CD is expected on August 2, 2012, although inclusion of the U2 track has not been confirmed, a listing of this item is available at amazon.co.uk.