How to Save $8.58 on Paul McCartney’s “Memory Almost Full” Album
If you have an iPod, iPhone, Samsung Blackjack or Sync, or any other mp3 player, iTunes is already familiar to you. It’s a simple $0.99/song download. Sometimes it gets kind of addictive to keep downloading songs, right?
Paul McCarney fans are clicking over to iTunes and paying $12.87 for the 13 tracks in McCartney’s new “Memory Almost Full” Album. All of them are great tracks from the music master.
But what if I told you:
A) You can save $8.58 and get the whole album for only $4.29? Or even better. . .
B) You can get the whole album for free right now within the next 10 minutes?
Take a look at the list of songs that we’re talking about:
MEMORY ALMOST FULL by Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney – Instrumentation · Rusty Anderson – Guitar · Geoff Emerick – Engineer · David Kahne – Programming · David Kahne – Producer · David Kahne – Engineer · David Kahne – Mixing · Bob Ludwig – Mastering · Kevin Mills – Assistant Engineer · Steve Orchard – Engineer · Brian Ray – Guitar (Bass) · Andy Wallace – Mixing · Paul “Wix” Wickens – Keyboards · Eddie Klein – Assistant Engineer · Paul Hicks – Engineer · Max Vadukul – Inlay Photography · Humphrey Ocean – Back Cover · Humphrey Ocean – Cover Art · Mirek Stiles – Assistant Engineer · Adam Noble – Engineer · Adam Noble – Assistant Engineer · Chris Bolster – Assistant Engineer
- “Dance Tonight”
- “Ever Present Past”
- “See Your Sunshine”
- “Only Mama Knows”
- “You Tell Me”
- “Mister Bellamy”
- “Vintage Clothes”
- “That Was Me”
- “Feet In The Clouds”
- “House Of Wax”
- “End of the End”
- “Nod Your Head”
All the music critics reviews of this new album are generally good:
- Rolling Stone : Memory Almost Full : Review
- Paul McCartney: Memory Almost Full – PopMatters Music Review
- NPR : Paul McCartney’s ‘Memory Almost Full‘
- Paul McCartney’s Memory Almost Full - CD Review by Boston.com
- Music Review at Entertainment Weekly
GO GET THE ALBUM FOR YOUR MP3 PLAYER
So what’s left is to download the tracks – do you really care where you buy it from as long as it is cheap or free? eMusic, one of the mp3 download sites I recommend is offering the same exact mp3 music downloads as iTunes, Amazon and other places, but the only different is that they discount it by up to 66% since you can get songs for as little as $0.33/song.
Why give away $8.58 when you don’t need to?
Right now, you can get all 13 track downloads for free as well as 12 additional free mp3 music downloads from their store catalog of over 2 million songs. If you’re already an eMusic customer, you can get tracks for as low as $0.33/song, which makes it $4.29 for the entire album. Remember, the same exact album costs $12.87 on iTunes!
$12.87 vs. $4.29 for same exact thing, downloaded to your hard drive. You decide!