itunes meets, Windows meets Johnny Canuck.

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  1. Richard Travale

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    Hey, for all of us Canadians that are jealous of the yanks because they have the itunes store and we don't, well no need anymore. There is a new service that I just found called puretracks.com
    that is pretty much the same as itunes only on a much smaller scale. They sell wma files either one at a time or if you buy an entire album you get a bulk discount. Songs range from 99 cents to about a buck thirty nine.
    Just thought I would let y'all know about it.
     
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    Is it just me or is 99 cents, let alone 1 dollar and 39 cents, really not much of a bargain. You're paying the same amount as you would for a cd, only without the case and booklet. Personally, I would only start to be interested if it cost half that.
     
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    have to be a Canadian resident...

    The real advantage of internet distribution is the elimination of national borders but no one is doing it. Living in the US, American pop is cheap enough ($15 or less) but imports remain expensive (Alizee's new album is $50!!!). Some venture needs to solve this problem.
     
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