Do We Need Another iTunes Killer? If It’s Called GhostTunes, and It’s From Garth Brooks, Sure

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Spotify sucks, right? (Wrong.) iTunes is OVER, yeah? (No.) Don’t worry, option-less music lovers — Garth “Callused Finger on the Pulse” Brooks has the answer. It’s an amazingly named answer, too: GhostTunes. The haunted new download and streaming service lets artists choose how they want to sell their music – song-by-song, album-only, bundle deals, etc. There might be more to it than that? Not sure. It’s up and running, though.

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