Is there any logic behind this or is it a ploy to get more money?
It's really a shame, but it's just one of many ways that digital rights holders aren't really that interested in what the customer wants anymore.
Definitely a pain. Sometimes there are other sellers who are less troublesome than itunes, but often there are not.
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They just figured out how to manipulate the digital public, as well.
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Personally, I'd never buy only Run Like Hell or Comfortably Numb rather than the entire album The Wall from Pink Floyd. I guess I'm old fashioned.
To be honest most of what I download I've already owned and purchased at one time or another on casssette, 8track, vinyl or CD. How many times do I need to give them their money, once is more than enough.
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