Finally AC / DC offers its entire catalog on iTunes
Although it sounds obvious today say that the music on physical media is dying, there are many important bands still wary of the Internet. One was AC / DC, who have not had their material available on a Digital Music stores in the world, the iTunes Store.
“Maybe I’m too old school, but this iTunes, God bless-going to kill music if they’re not careful,” said the 2008 Brian Johnson, the lead singer of AC / DC.
Despite the initial skepticism of the band (although they have done innovative things as the first
unique Clip in Excel), AC / DC finally agreed to join the modern distribution channels and threw his material through the iTunes Store, whose material was mastered specifically for the Apple store.
One can buy individual songs from AC / DC to U.S. $ 1.29, or acquire its entire catalog of 16 studio albums at $ 99.99. In addition, the offer with the complete collection of all his works, complemented with four live albums and three compilations, costs U.S. $ 149.99.
Link: AC / DC: For Those About to Rock, We Salute iTunes (Ars Technica)Tags: AC / DC, Digital Music, iTunes, iTunes Store, music store, Online music