Albums-Only Sales Help Amazon MP3 (AMZN) Land Radiohead Before iTunes (AAPL)

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Amazon’s MP3 selection is smaller than iTunes’ — 2 million songs vs. 5 million. But Amazon’s (AMZN) willingness to sell artists’ music exclusively in album format — not as single tracks — means there’s music you can buy from Amazon that you can’t buy from Apple (AAPL), like Radiohead’s Kid A. Daring Fireball

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