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A Hard Drive’s Night: Beatles songs reinvented for iTunes

The Beatles on iTunes

“I am particularly glad to no longer be asked when the Beatles are coming to iTunes” – Ringo Starr

So it has finally happened. Apple Corps (pronounced “CORE“) and Apple Computer have stopped arguing about names and copyright and this and that and have come to an exclusive agreement to sell the 13 studio albums, plus collections on iTunes. It’s also possible to buy a virtual box set – virtual because it comes without a box. Hmm.

So if you don’t already have a full collection of Beatles mp3s, converted from your legally-bought CDs, no doubt, then this is the time to splash out and get them.

To celebrate the “coming together” of the Beatles and technology, The Guardian‘s Tech Blog offers the following Top Ten of reinvented titles. Don’t miss the comments – some of them are excellent!

1  – Being For The Benefit Of Mr Jobs
2 –  The Long and Winding Download
3  – I’m So Tired of paying for songs I already own
4 – Ebook Writer
5 – She Came In Through My Bathroom Window and nicked my iPad
6 – Let It USB
7 – While My Guitar Gently Tweets
8 – With A Little Helpline From My Friends
9 –  When I’m 64 bit
10 – Mac In The USSR

via A Hard Drive’s Night: Beatles songs reinvented for iTunes | Media Monkey | Media | guardian.co.uk.

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