AC/DC boycotts iTunes

Angus Young
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AC/DC are refusing to sell their music through iTunes, because they fear that their fans will only buy “a few tracks”. The band wants us all to buy the entire album as a package because they say the songs “belong together”.

Angus Young says, “We don’t make singles, we make albums. If we were on iTunes, we know a certain percentage of people would only download two or three songs from the album. We don’t think that represents us musically.”

I love AC/DC, but if I can’t buy only the songs that I want, then they can keep their album. I hate to be one of those people that would buy the album just to find that it sucks except for a few good tracks.

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