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iPad Gets Overpriced Companion Apps for Classic Albums

Here's an interesting push by the music industry. Universal Music Group has started selling iPad app versions of classic albums, including Nirvana's 'Nevermind,' Rush's '2112' and 'Moving Pictures,' and 'Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones' by the Beatles Rolling Stones. The apps are billed as "interactive, socially aware, and Internet connected," and include video interviews, extensive...

Rolling Stones Offer Up 'Shine a Light' Soundtrack For Free Online

'Shine a Light' brings together Martin Scorsese and The Rolling Stones, two of the biggest names in film and music, for a new concert film shot at New York's Beacon Theatre. The band is releasing the concert's full soundtrack on imeem, an online music sharing community, a week before the album hits stores. Filming concerts isn't a new arena for Scorsese -- he filmed the legendary concert 'The...

MatchBox Twenty and Others Release Music on USB Drives

Shhh... you hear that? That's the sound of the record industry grasping at straws. The latest desperate attempt to lure in consumers is selling albums on USB drives. This isn't the first time artists have gone the digital drive route, but the move is getting a renewed push from the record industry. Universal, Warner and EMI have all announced plans to sell music on USB Flash drives. Details are...