Rock band AC/DC has made all 25 albums available through the online digital download store, and you can also buy the tracks individually.
In 2011, the band said they would not make their music available unless it was sold only as full albums, not a la carte. Back in 2008, the company said iTunes would likely 'kill music,' taking a hardline stance.
Since then, it appears the band has had a change of heart and will now sell the tracks, albums, LP versions, live versions and two "digital box-sets,' a Studio Collection and a more expensive Complete Collection. Additionally, the band has "sold out" completely and will offer ringtones, as well.
Recently, another major holdout, Kid Rock, finally made his music available on iTunes, as well.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 19 Nov 2012 15:39