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\'From KFOG to iPod\' in less than 48 Hours

updated 10:45 am EST, Wed January 28, 2004

Digital EP offered at ITMS

, less than 48 hours after the band recorded the tracks at a KFOG-FM Emerging Artist Concert in San Francisco on Sunday, January 25. Five songs from the show, including the single "One Horse Town" are available for purchase, allowing consumers to download the live recording from iTunes to their Macs or Windows-based PCs and iPods. The entire EP can be downloaded for $5 or single tracks are available until February 24th for 99 cents each.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Annoying

    That Brits cant buy this British groups EP because iTunes isnt available here >:( Even more annoying is that Im living in Canada and also cant get this EP as the iTMS isnt here either. Scruttix.

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    Napster..

    Napster CEO Chris Gorog has warned KFOG-FM to steer clear of Virgins.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Re: Annoying

    I believe they're Irish. A bit of a difference.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    LOL

    >>Napster CEO Chris Gorog has warned KFOG-FM to steer clear of Virgins.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Odd.

    "The entire EP can be downloaded for $5 or single tracks are available until February 24th for 99 cents each."

    So, 4.95 for downloading all five songs as singles, or 5.00 for downloading the entire EP.

    Odd, usually pachage deals are cheaper. Whatever.

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    The who?

    Who cares? Never heard of the band.

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    Napster

    Napster CEO Chris Gorog has warns Virgins to steer clear of cheap Thrills in One Horse Towns.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Re: Odd

    MACNN has this annoying habit to round prices up.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Odd math…

    So, when they say:

    [the EP] was released early this morning [Wed, Jan 28] ... less than 48 hours after the band recorded the tracks [...] on Sunday, January 25

    ...does anyone else find a problem with their math? Late Sunday -> early Wednesday certainly appears to be > 48 hours on my calendar...

    Don't get me wrong: No matter what, this is a very quick turnaround for mastering, compression, and staging - and a great capability. But, it doesn't seem to quite make the timeframe they are indicating.

    Just sign me "Mr. Picky"

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