<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Then why would they still be available for .99 right now?<p><hr></blockquote><p>Good point. Just seems like something may have happened to usher in a flood of artists / label releases. <br><br>****************<br><br>[color:blue]I'm MattMac112, and I approve of President George W. Bush</font color=blue>
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If they're going to be hiking up the prices that much, I'm going to buy everything I can, then turn around and sell tracks at half their prices. hehe I'll be rich! Maybe I'll auction tracks on eBay. <br><br>"You're off the edge of the map, mate! Here there be monsters!"
I do believe it will happen sometime, just not that quickly. But, hey what do I know. I have heard rumors at work about the hike in prices too, but from what I have gathered through the grapevine the timeline for that is rather uncertain. <br><br>So if a CD has say 6 good songs on it you want adn you pay $2.49 for each track, that will come to about $15.00. If you are paying that for just 6 songs, I say just buy the whole CD for a few bucks more. That is what I would do. No way am I paying what the labels have in mind per track. It's stupid if you ask me. Then again, I don't buy that much music anyway. I am probably not in the mainstream when it comes to music listening habits. <br><br>
i will pay $9.99 for an album i want. in fact, most of my purchases at the iTMS were albums. i will not pay more than 99 cents for a single tune. if the album isn't worth buying and the prices go up, i will refrain from buying music just as i've done for many previous years. i don't end up buying anything new any more anyway. blues and 80s music for me. and, i have a large collection with many of my CD still waiting to be converted to mp3s.<br><br>$2.49...as if. <br><br>----<br>"even if we get bin Laden or Zawahiri now, it is 2 years 2 late. Al Qaeda is a very different org now. It has had time to adapt. The administration should have finished this job." Leverett, former Bush Natíl Security Cncl staff specialist.
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