Yesterday I bashed the Norwegian iTunes Store for their limited collection of music and used Alien Ant Farm as an example; the iTunes Store didn’t have the latest release. So the conclusion was that old fashioned music stores generally have a fresher selection and it’s therefore better to buy CDs there than shopping online at the iTunes Store.
Today I stand, oh, so corrected.
After visiting two stores downtown, I realised what one of the major advantages of the iTunes Store is: It never runs out of CDs.
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