It has been reported that AC/DC has refused to sell their music on iTunes stating that their music is meant to be heard as an album and not as singles. That I have no problem with but I wonder why they would only allow their newest album to be sold at WalMart and not the rest of the retail world. Are they losing sales opportunities by doing this or do you feel that if someone really wants the album they will go to WalMart to buy it? What are your thoughts? Thanks.
p.s. I just checked iTunes and there are 160 AC/CD songs there by various artists, so at least in time they are selling the rights to their music.
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Last edited by GRUNTERSDAD; 11-24-2008 at 10:31 PM.