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Mix: Dave Matthews, Yahoo, Morrissey, Music videos

Stand Up, the new album from the Dave Matthews Band, is now available from the iTunes Music Store with a digital booklet and a video download.

Yahoo is expected to launch a digital music service this week in an effort to take on Apple’s iTunes. The new service will reportedly have more song-sharing and community features than other iTunes rivals.

Morrissey has changed his lyrics from the 1986 track “Bigmouth Strikes Againâ€? from “And her Walkman started to melt” to “And her iPod started to melt” on his Live at Earls Court album.

Apple-X.net has posted an article on how to use Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger’s Automator to snag music videos from the iTunes Music Store.

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>> Yahoo is expected to launch a digital music service this week…

It’s already here:

Posted by tunedin on May 10, 2005 at 3:39 PM (PDT)


Morrissey? More like Borrissey.


Posted by narco in Burbank on May 10, 2005 at 5:23 PM (PDT)


Regarding Yahoo’s new digital music service, I think I speak for all when I say… eh.

Posted by ozphactor on May 10, 2005 at 5:58 PM (PDT)


and yet of course like most other music services, it ONLY supports windows *yawn* I love iTunes, and since I’m running a mac that is what I shall stay on, thank you very much Yahoo.  I just see this store failing, and nothing else.

Posted by MATRIXsjd in Burbank, Ca on May 10, 2005 at 6:56 PM (PDT)


Let’s hope more and more albums come with “booklets”.

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on May 10, 2005 at 10:29 PM (PDT)


Oh they will, and music videos, I’m sure. this way downloading from iTunes not only offers convenience and better prices, but you also get more than you would for a CD. Instead of sacrificing having a booklet you get it all plus music videos.

Posted by jmaurand on May 11, 2005 at 10:07 AM (PDT)


many new cds come with music videos and additional features on them.  just put them in your computer.

unless itunes goes lossless, i’m sticking with cds + DRM FREE back ups on my computer.

Posted by zip22 on May 11, 2005 at 2:07 PM (PDT)

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