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    Apple wins price war with Record Labels.
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    Thumbs up Apple wins price war with Record Labels.

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    yeah. I don't like it when some songs cost more than others... It would make itunes gift cards less useful, and people would probally download less songs...
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    Apple wins price war with Record Labels.

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    Whatever happened to the days of the Clash? When bands tried to put their records into the hands of more kids instead of putting more money into their pockets...
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    Quote Originally Posted by to_tough_to_die
    Whatever happened to the days of the Clash? When bands tried to put their records into the hands of more kids instead of putting more money into their pockets...

    You didn't hear? Record labels sue those type of bands now. So unless they're not signed, most likely it's not a smart move.


    P.S.- Yes the record companies win those stupid battles.

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    Apple wins price war with Record Labels.
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    i am glad that apple stood their ground because if apple said no and closed its doors to the music downloads the recording companies would just lose their money. apple basically has a stronghold on them and can make them do just about anything.

    btw. i believe it is matador records (independant type music company) has something like 'super saver cd's' in which they print the price on the cd and tell the stores they cant charge more than that and request the customers to call and complain if they see higher prices on said cd's
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