Thursday, November 17, 2005
All this means for me is that I’ll buy fewer full albums from the iTunes Music Store. Slightly higher per-track costs will still have enough value for me, but the only times I purchase full albums from iTunes is if it’s significantly cheaper and I have no great burden to own the original CD’s packaging. But if those f***** greedy music execs force Apple to charge about the same price for an album as a physical CD, I’d just as soon have the CD to show for the purchase.
The 99-cents-per-song model could be history within the next year, execs at music giant EMI said yesterday.
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