The catalogue of rock band AC/DC has finally been made available on iTunes after the band snubbed the service for so long.
In 2007, the AC/DC signed an exclusive deal with Verizon's online music store which only allowed consumers to purchase entire albums (that were generally $2 more than the price at Amazon at the time) - with no facility to purchase single album tracks or download to mobile phones.
Now TechRadar reports that the AC/DC back catalogue has been ...
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