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new albums £3.
give it a rest summers
because i work for amazon.
i was joking and then were joking and then i realise you were joking so i answered in all seriousness and now feel a bit silly. I'll live to tell the tale though.
probably not though
But you have to download some Download Manager program. You almost had me, Amazon.
That's correct grammar right?
(I mean't "whim")
added to your library function on last.fm didn't put you off
I really just meant I don't like downloading unnecessary software.
could be an iTunes killer, but i'm not sure if it's going to have that same sort of functionality. People don't care about bitrate if it's more of a hassle to buy them with Amazon. However, DRM and an undercutting of price might drag people away
but y'know - say what you like about iTunes (shitty sound is my main concern) but the whole layout and ease of use is impressive. This looks a little less user friendly
£3 an album for mp3's is nice as I'm still not conviced mp3's are acctual music...
Has US amazon been selling mp3's for quite a while now?
www.mp3fiesta.com sells albums at $1.98, or individual tracks for about 20 cents.
knock off nigel
20 quid for 100 downloads = 10 track album for 2 quid.
Which means I'm always tempted to buy additional albums on top of my subscription. Plus the fact that eMusic's monthly allowance isn't cumulative is annoying.
squeeze from a stone? the music industry really is fucked isn't it? rhetorical question.
i think i may have wasted £3
6.48 for mp3 version
4.98 for CD packaged version
regardless of this miscommunication (between departments?) - I've still never bought an MP3 - hence why I have to head down to B&Q every year or so to buy another CD rack to accommodate my collection.
This I do not mind!