My band's brand new CD is on iTunes & I swear it was 99cents a song & 9.99 an album....which is inline w/ our physical CDs which sell for $15 regular or $10 @ shows. On CD Baby we also have the full album for download for $10 which basically matched iTunes but you had to take all songs as a bundle there. Now all of a sudden the songs are $1.69 and the album is $16.99. Holy ****, I don't condone that one bit. I think its gouging and I guarantee you the record labels are behind this. They wouldn't want the indie bands to undercut their bottom line. ...and I don't care if the "quality" has been increased or whatever, its still digital files and not physical product. There doesn't even appear to be an option to purchase the 9.99 version anymore, its certainly not encouraged (if its hidden there somewhere). Could someone please shed some light on this for me? Thanks Our band has put alot of time & money into writing & recording this album and we did up a wicked digipack and went all out. I always love cool packaging and so I know there's people who still appreciate it. This has now thrown the entire spectrum out of whack for our marketing through Apple. Not impressed. I thought the whole point of .99 songs was to encourage people NOT to rip off the bands by providing a reasonable affordable NEW way to purchase music. I know the major labels are somehow behind this, bloody greed.