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Now That's What I Call the '80s, Vol. 2

Various Artists

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Now that's what I call a ripoff, Vol. 2.

First things first: if the people at EMI and Sony think "Dancing On The Ceiling" is a must-have '80s track, they shoulda just said no to drugs. Second, and more important, even if you can indeed get most of these songs elsewhere on iTunes in the first place, why on Earth should this be album only? Is it really necessary to be forced to buy "Dancing On The Ceiling" in order to get Rick-rolled or to get Journey, Cyndi or Martika? Don't waste your time, and send a message to EMI and Sony AND iTunes that forcing people to buy a whole album for the 2 or 3 songs that you want is what killed CDs in the first place and made an iTunes Music Store possible.

Why did I start using iTunes in the first place?

I got iTunes so I wouldn't have to buy a whole CD just to get one song. Now you people are telling me I would have to do exactly that? Once again you people succeed in ripping people off but fail at customer satisfaction. Same thing with that $1.29 crap. You people said that only the popular songs would cost $1.29 but everyday I see more and more songs going to $1.29.

What Crap!

19 tracks and at least 12 too many. Better off buying the actual artists albums.

Now That's What I Call the '80s, Vol. 2
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jun 30, 2009

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