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September 23, 2007


I've known ever since iTunes launched its 'Plus' range that I would at some point dip my toe in, after umpty-um years of not purchasing any iTunes content (I have a little due to a £10 voucher). Problem; I couldn't easily browse the iTunes Plus material for stuff I wanted; as soon as you start browsing, it navigates you away from Plus. But today I clicked on a link to the new Rachel Unthank album, and, oh yummy, it's Plus. Downloading now.

But elsewhere on iTunes is the first Red Box track to be released in a generation, the 2007 reworking of "Lean on Me". It's not iTunes Plus, and I know it's only 79p. But. Which is more important to me; my commitment not to buy DRM'd music, or my commitment to support the campaign for a re-release of 'The Circle and the Square'?

Posted by Alison Scott at September 23, 2007 09:28 PM


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