I'm with you. I'd gladly pay another 0.99 cents for the booklet. Sometimes you get a lot of techincal detail about the album in the booklet. For example, in Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" remaster, details about which digital audio workstation was used and how. <br><br>On The Beach Boys "Sounds of Summer" CD, the booklet discloses which cuts are mono, which are stereo and which songs are appearing in stereo for the very first time .. Plus complete chart information is as well. <br><br>I could go on, but you get the idea. Too much information is contained in the booklet for me to not think it'd be a good idea to be able to download it for a fee. <br><br>****************<br><br>
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#205145 - 11/29/0409:59 PMRe: Petition for iTMS CD booklets
Apparently both you and OSX Addict seem to be a poo-pooing minority as there are a lot of enthusiastic petiton respondants.<br><br>My goodness...from the responses I got here you would have thought I was petitioning to have Apple print swastikas on the iPods. It was just a simple request to get booklets. Apparently there are a lot of people that didn't think it was a "dumb online petition".<br><br><br>
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