iTunes Canada really pisses me off
Tuesday, April 3, 2007

As much as I love iTunes and my iPod, at times it can really piss me off.

I can only get iTunes Canada since I live in Canada. And it's almost identical to the one in the States with one feature glaringly missing. The only video files we can get are Pixar shorts and music videos. We can't get the tv shows or movies that you guys get. Now this I can kind of live with. I don't have a video iPod, and I don't really want to watch stuff on something the size of a postage stamp.

But today, I saw that an Alison Krauss album was available. Yeah, it's a greatest hits album, but I still like her. Anyone whose heard her voice on the OH BROTHER or COLD MOUNTAIN soundtracks can't not like her. I get a $50 dollar card to get her album and a few others. When I click to buy her album, it says "The item you tried to buy is no longer available. The availability of the item changed while you were using the store. The same item may be available with a different price or elsewhere on the store."

What's the point of advertising a full album when even if you buy the individual songs (which I did) they are all not fully available? This just infuriates me. Now I gotta download a possibly corrupt version of it off of BitTorrents.

Just something that bugs me is all.

Any iTunes or downloading horror stories or anything like that?


Saturday, April 7, 2007 8:02 PM


Well...recently tried the "Complete Your Album" offer that iTunes was offereing, but since I am a Canadian, the offer wasn't valid or exactly the same due to whatever minor differences exist between the American and Canadian iTunes stores:(


Wednesday, April 4, 2007 8:19 AM


iTunes and ipod are great in many ways. But I still, sometimes, cant get passed the urge to beat them into a pulp. They could be more user friendly..

Wednesday, April 4, 2007 5:24 AM


Frankly I want to bap the itunes people regularly as they keep not having something I want or saying they have something they don't:( HUGS though


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