Groups Pull Tracks From Itunes
LINKIN PARK, GREEN DAY and KID ROCK have pulled their tracks from a new legal download website because they fear it's killing album sales.
The groups' songs have been available for download on APPLE's new iTUNES site - for 99c (62p) a time - but now they think fans are taking singles off the site and not buying albums.
MARC REITER of management company Q-PRIME, which has pulled tracks from garbage, METALLICA and RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS from the iTunes site, says, "We refuse to kowtow to the fact that it's a singles market for downloads."03/07/2003 09:16