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Jarvis Cocker: Photo Ros O'Gorman

Jarvis Cocker’s ‘C*nts Are Still Running The World’ Is Almost There!

by Tim Cashmere

Less than 24 hours after we first wrote about it, Jarvis Cocker’s ‘C*nts Are Still Running The World’ is in with a chance.

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Apple Pensions Off iTunes

by Paul Cashmere

After 18 years of faithful service iTunes is set to retire.

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The Veronicas In My Blood

Australian Singles: The Veronicas Keeps Top Spot (For Now)

by Paul Cashmere

The Veronicas ‘In My Blood’ remained the top selling song in Australia this week but that is all about to change.

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Carole King's "Tapestry" album, photographed by Jim McCrary image

Cheap $9.99 Classics Flood Australia’s Album Chart

by Paul Cashmere

Carole King’s iconic 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ and Amy Winehouse’s signature album ‘Back To Black’ are both in iTunes Australia’s Top 10 today pushing current titles by Delta Goodrem, Beyonce and Red Hot Chili Peppers down the list.

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Alfie Arcuri

The Voice Winner Alfie Arcuri Departs Top 40 Four Days After Release

by Paul Cashmere

2016 The Voice Australia winner Alfie Arcuri’s song ‘Cruel’ has fallen out of the iTunes Top 40 chart in its fourth day on sale.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers

Cheap Greatest Hits Albums Flood Australia’s iTunes Chart

by Paul Cashmere

New music is struggling to grab a presence on the iTunes album chart in Australia today with a flood of cheap best of’s taking up one-third of the Top 30.

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Apple To Turn Off Downloads

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

As vinyl made way for CDs and CDs made way for downloads, it now seems that downloads are about to make way for streaming.

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The Beatles

Beatles For Sale Outside iTunes

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles not only moved into the world of streaming as of midnight Christmas Eve, but their albums are now available from all download services.

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CD Collection

It’s Now Illegal To Rip Your Own CD In The UK

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

A British high court has just killed a whole industry, at least if people pay attention to the letter of the law.

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iTunes Introduces 14-Day Return Policy In Europe

by Paul Cashmere

Apple has introduced a 14-day return policy for iTunes sales in Europe to come into line with new laws governing online sales in the territory and the changes have the music industry worried.

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The Beatles 4

The Beatles Release Free 4 EP

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles are offering a free EP ‘4’ via iTunes for fans.

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Robert Plant, Australian Tour 2013, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Kylie Minogue, Robert Plant To Play iTunes Festival

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Robert Plant and Kylie Minogue are just two of the performers for the iTunes Music Festival this year.

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Beyonce. Photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo, http://www.noise11.com

Beyoncé Is iTunes Fastest Ever Seller

by Music-News.com

The new Beyoncé album is the fastest selling album on iTunes ever.

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Bob Marley, Noise11, Photo

Bob Marley Remastered For iTunes

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Bob Marley is the latest artist whose catalog has been remastered to take advantage of iTunes’ playback technology, capturing every detail in high resolution.

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Lady Gaga, ARTPOP, Applause, Noise11, Photo

Lady Gaga Applause Flops With Fans

by Paul Cashmere

Lady Gaga fans have given her new single more of a slow clap than applause. The preview song from Gaga’s ‘ARTPOP’ album is stiffing with the fans.

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Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones images by Ros O'Gorman, noise11.com, photo

Entire Rolling Stones Catalogue Remastered For iTunes

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

The Rolling Stones have had their entire catalogue of music remastered for iTunes users and released it on the site today.

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Annie Lennox 2009: Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Annie Lennox Thatcher Comment Angers The Right Wing

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Annie Lennox has followed up on her blog from yesterday in which she articulately described Britain under the iron rule of Margaret Thatcher.

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Annie Lennox 2009: Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Annie Lennox Was Not A Thatcher Fan

by Paul Cashmere

Annie Lennox has spoken out about the death of Margaret Thatcher talking about how the “Iron Lady” polarized a nation with her brutal polices at a pen stroke.

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The Beatles Let It Be Naked, Noise11, photo

The Beatles Let It Be Naked Digitally Released With Bonus Content

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles ‘Let It Be … Naked’ album has been released through iTunes with music videos for ‘Get Back’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ included as bonus content.

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Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters - Photo by Mary Boukouvalas

Foo Fighters Help Launch iPhone 5

by Andrew Tijs

Dave Grohl and the boys get caught up in iPhone 5 hype and perform an unplugged set at the launch.

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Bob Dylan - Tempest

Bob Dylan’s New Album Tempest Streaming Online

by Andrew Tijs

The 35th album from folk icon Bob Dylan is streaming online before its release date.

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The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows

The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows Compilation Surfaces

by Paul Cashmere

A brand new compilation for The Beatles titled ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ has surfaced on iTunes.

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iTunes And Spotify Are Now Highest Income Generators For Labels

by Andrew Tijs

A major music label insider has claimed that their top two sources of income are now iTunes and Spotify.

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Bon Iver

Bon Iver Release iTunes Live Show

by Andrew Tijs

Bon Iver deliver a live session at iTunes, playing six tunes and a Bjork cover.

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Monstro

Monstro Launches ‘Social Media’ Music Chart

by Andrew Tijs

Website Monstro has created a music chart from what is getting listened to, in real time, online and on social media.

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James Mercer of The Shins

The Shins Stream New Album And Post SNL Performance

by Andrew Tijs

Indie pop heroes The Shins post their SNL performances of ‘It’s Only Life’ and ‘Simple Song’, and stream Port Of Morrow.

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The Beatles Abbey Road

The Beatles Release Their First Ever Ringtones

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles have caught up with the 90s. They have released their first official ringtones.

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Whitney Houston, music news, noise11.com

Whitney Houston Tops The iTunes Charts

by Andrew Tijs

All around the world, fans are paying tribute to Whitney Houston by buying her albums on iTunes.

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Artists Need To Sell 12399 Tracks To Earn Minimum Wage

by Paul Cashmere

New statistics out of the USA put a reality check back into the music industry. For starters, for a solo artist in the USA to earn the minimum wage ($1,160 per month) they need to sell 12,399 tracks on iTunes. For a group, you can divide that figure by the number of members in the

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Yellow Submarine eBook

The Beatles Release Free Yellow Submarine eBook

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles have released a free eBook version of ‘Yellow Submarine’ through iTunes.

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