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News: Fast Company: Should Albums Cost $1.50?
Posted on Monday, October 18, 2010 @ 18:04:22 UTC
Topic: Commentary

When you head to iTunes for that latest Katy Perry magic, do you opt for the $9.99 album or the 99 cent single? Most of us choose the latter. And that's why, according to Rob Dickens, who headed up Warner Music in the UK for more than decade, album prices must be "radically" slashed - to around $1.50. Complete Article





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