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CD Baby reports on iTunes meeting re: indy music. [Gnutella News via Interesting People]
* 3.5 million songs sold so far. Selling about 500,000 songs a week now.Personally, I'd like to know why some albums aren't available in their entirety (missing one or more tracks). Surely it's a conscious choice rather than a technical issue, but I don't understand it.
Examples: Genesis' Hits collection lacks 2 tracks, including the re-recorded 'The Carpet Crawlers 1999' (which I'd love to get on its own). Steve Martin's comedy albums also lack random tracks... there are many, many such 'partial albums', and it's a real flaw IMO. 2 comment(s)
Subscription vs. a la carte pricing coupled with the snazzy iTunes interface accounts for the oddity, I'd bet. Rational or not, many people (including me) hesitate before subscribing to something on an ongoing basis.Add a comment...
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