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Metallica begin selling albums over the Internet

July 28 2006

Long time no consent to the sale of individual tracks of songs from their albums through the Internet group Metallica allowed to sell records music library iTunes. Prejudice group before the Internet began with the trial with the company Napster, which distributes Metallica records without the consent of the group.

Recordings from the album "Kill 'Em All," "Ride The Lightning," "Master of Puppets" and "... And Justice For All" this week for sale on the Canadian and American sites in iTunes. "Downloading" on one track costs 99 cents. Full album will cost from 9.90 dollars.

As they say the band Metallica, their fans are increasingly buying records online. Thus, the band attracted interest in buying the old albums, in addition, they offered recording speech in Seattle in 1989, not published previously. Tells Delfi

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