My better half has re-organized his site and has begun posting tech news again.
Isn’t he talented?
Anyways, he posted a news item this morning that I found mildly humorous:
Metallica Joining iTunes
Beginning on Tuesday, the band put up four of its records â€” â€œKill â€˜Em All,â€ â€œRide The Lightning,â€ â€œMaster of Puppetsâ€ and â€œâ€¦And Justice For Allâ€ â€” for sale on U.S. and Canadian versions of the popular online music retailer.
Fans may buy tracks a la carte for 99 cents or purchase the albums, starting at $9.90.
In a posting on the groupâ€™s Web site, the band acknowledged that fans have been increasingly buying music online and said it added some previously unreleased live tracks recorded in Seattle in 1989 to each of the albums to entice those who already own copies.
So, let me get this straight … Napster bad, iTunes good?