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Garth Brooks unveils iTunes alternative: GhostTunes
Garth Brooks unveils iTunes alternative: GhostTunes

Garth Brooks, long a holdout from allowing his music to be sold on iTunes, lifted the lid Thursday on his alternative, GhostTunes, a new download and streaming service that the newly unretired country superstar said “allows artists to sell music any way they want to.” Brooks’ beef with iTunes is that it is grounded in selling singles, while Brooks says he wants his music sold as complete albums to protect the songwriters and music publishers who depend on income from tracks included on those recordings. As the opening salvo for GhostTunes, Brooks introduced “The Bundle,” a $29.99 digital package that will include all eight of his studio albums, a new...

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