First and foremost, a very happy new year to one and all…now to the topic of interest…when itunes first came out, ppl were going crazy with the money they had to shell out to own an “authentic” music collection….credit to their marketing and innovative ideas…but there was a always a thought that bothered me…who exactly made the rules….how can you impose on the whole world for such a trivial issue of selling music….I mean its not like the NPT, which by the way, they are having issues with already implementing it….and its definitely not like the US calling itself the “World” champions if they participate in a competition involving more than two ppl….so how do you make a common rule…does there exist one already that says 99cents is THE cheapest price if you wanted to have “authentic” music…I was not going to buy into the fact that its the case ’cause some fruit company said so….so anyways…here i bumped into something that ma have answered my questions….in Russia, they dont give a damn and their rules for music business is something completely outta da world…http://www.allofmp3.com is the answer..the concept there is, they charge 2cents/mb or something like that and guess what they won the law suit against the music industry…so you can get the whole album for 99cents instead of a song…now thats what I am talking abt..more value for your every cent spent….so go ahead and have urself a blast and I am sure you will love it once you use it…

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