Taylor Swift - 1989 - Download - £3.99 (192 kbps) / £4.99 (320kbps) - Junodownload
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Taylor Swift - 1989 - Download - £3.99 (192 kbps) / £4.99 (320kbps) - Junodownload

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Found 5th Nov 2014
Huge DJ download site that also has some 'mainstream' tracks as well. Currently code DANCE20 gives 20% off all downloads, so Taylor Swift's new album is £3.99 for 192 kbps download, and £4.99 for 320 kbps.

I have used previously with no problem.

Site is a bit 'clunky' but gets there in the end!! Downloads are DRM free

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Charging more for varying bitrates? What is this alchemy!

Banned

Juno is as good as Spotify. They sell on an album they purchase once to make money. This site is as good as illegal downloading

Two seperate prices for a different bitrate...What a joke!
Super hyper cold from me..

Original Poster

No idea why differing prices, however that aside this is £8.99 to download from Amazon (at whatever their bitrate rate is!!) so it seemed a good deal if there are any Taylor Swift fans on here!!

Perhaps its karma for all the cold votes I have given over time (_;)

Let me get this straight - the cheapest price anywhere else right now is £8.99 and people are complaining because you have a choice between paying £4.99 for MP3 quality equivalent to Amazon/iTunes/Google or getting a reduction to £3.99 for a lower bitrate quality?

And people say Taylor Swift was daft for pulling her music from Spotify!

Juno's differing prices are probably borne out of the notion that smaller files = cheaper bandwidth, plus they are a business-to-business seller (for commercial DJs), not just for private use, so there is likely a licensing element in their pricing too.
Edited by: "moongrazer" 5th Nov 2014

adorelizhuett

Juno is as good as Spotify. They sell on an album they purchase once to … Juno is as good as Spotify. They sell on an album they purchase once to make money. This site is as good as illegal downloading



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