Kid Rock success spurs labels to look beyond iTunes (again)


It’s been a while since the last ‘labels hate iTunes’ rumour, but the Wall Street Journal has kicked off the speculation again, focusing on the labels’ desire to sell full albums, rather than break them up into individual tracks.Apparently the 1.6 million sales of Kid Rock’s ‘Rock’n’Roll Jesus’ album in the US – despite not...

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