You can’t buy me love, but you can buy the Beatles on iTunes


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It slipped out a bit early, but the Beatles complete back catalog is available through iTunes. The individual albums clock in at $12.99 while a boxset of the Beatles’ entire work is available for $149. Individual tracks are $1.29 each. The boxset includes all 13 of the band’s studio albums, Past Masters and an iTunes LP with mini-documentaries, photos, notes and more. The mini-documentaries were initially featured with last year’s CD boxset and are also included on the individual albums. The band’s mono collection does not appear to be available at this time.

The iTunes page has a number of features, including ads, a highlight reel and the first-ever Beatles’ concert on U.S. soil in 1964.

Unlike the U2 release a few years ago, this doesn’t appear to have an official iPod associated with it. For that, you’ll need to see if one of these sets are still available on Ebay.

Edit (9:58 a.m.): Apple has now updated the iTunes Store’s front page to officially announce the release.

You can’t buy me love, but you can buy the Beatles on iTunes originally appeared on TUAW on Tue, 16 Nov 2010 09:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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