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Official: Beatles music headed to iTunes

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 Nov 2010 13:34 User comments (4)

Official: Beatles music headed to iTunes Apple has officially announced today that iTunes will begin offering tracks from the Beatles, marking the first time a digital platform has been given access to the catalog.
The Beatles had long kept to selling their re-mastered tracks on CDs and records.

All 13 re-mastered Beatles albums are now available via iTunes, with each individual track costing $1.29.

Albums sell for either $13 or $20, depending on the length.

If you are an avid fan, Apple is also offering the "Beatles Box Set" for $150. The set includes film of their "Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964" concert. The concert was the band's first in the U.S.

With the Beatles now checked off the list, remaining notable major artists that do sell on iTunes include AC/DC, Kid Rock and Black Sabbath.

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116.11.2010 13:47

The Steve Jobs Reality Distortion Field was running on overdrive to build hype for THIS? Whoop-de-do, who cares.

216.11.2010 17:07

I was hoping for porn, Not that I'd pay for it.


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319.11.2010 9:09

A Beatle fan (like me) will want the box set!!

419.11.2010 15:15

Quote:
With the Beatles now checked off the list, remaining notable major artists that do sell on iTunes include AC/DC, Kid Rock and Black Sabbath.

Should that say don't sell on iTunes?

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