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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by warcrack, Nov 17, 2010.
Called it. Nice comic.
That's just Steve hacking the charts to advertise.
What no Strawberry Fields? That and Sgt. Pepper's are the only 2 albums even worth taking a listen to. And they suck too.
this whole "big day" thing to me is nothing special. I even thought that beatles already was available in iTunes from the start.
This is really nice, and I'm not complaining at all. The only issue is that Apple is a bit late to the party. Most real Beatles fans would already have bought their favorite album(s). This is useful for people who want only a couple songs by the Beatles, but for the rest (like me) its exciting news, but no more than that
Yay!!! Now I can buy the Beatles box set for $150 and get compressed audio! Oh, right... I can purchase a physical product for $130 and get lossless audio.
+1 - I already have an extensive Beatles collection (100+ songs) in my iTunes library. I've just been scanning through all of the songs in the store to see if there are any I've never heard before.
This would have been awesome years ago, but it does seem a bit late for those who are big fans and not just the casual listener.
Now when will the day come that AC/DC will come to iTunes?
Exactly People will be buying Beatles music in every format for years to come, apparently. I got all the stereo, remastered recordings on CD last year. These downloads are for the more casual fan I think.
On a side note, the three albums in the charts are The Beatles' best IMO. That's nice to see if a bit surprising.
Fail Strawberry Fields Forever is a song on the Magical Mystery Tour album (originally intended for Sgt. Peppers). But you're not a Beatles nerd, so I'm guessing you don't care
hahahaha not in the least bit do I care!
But I was given 2 burned albums from a friend wayyyyyy back in the day to try to get me into them and thats what one of the titles were. Shows how much of a fan he was