[TypicalGirls] Rough Trade launch digital store

mike at appelstein.com mike at appelstein.com
Sat Nov 11 22:20:05 EST 2006

ah, but will they have the actual early RT catalogue?  what a coup  
that would be.


Quoting WWWhatsup <joly at dti.net>:

> Rough Trade launch digital store
> The legendary Rough Trade shop is 30 years old this year and to
> celebrate, they are launching the Rough Trade Digital store for
> music fans everywhere. The aim is to give you the excellent product
> knowledge of the staff and the fun of going to a record shop, but
> with a mouse, rather than your legs.
> Not only will people be able to get new releases, but also music
> from a huge back catalogue over a range of genres. In addition to
> this, another aim of the site is to constantly change the music
> selection, giving the fans who come to the site the chance to
> discover more music, more often.
> Another feature will be the counter-to-digital service for unsigned
> bands who want to sell their music digitally. A band that wants to
> sell their music online can go to one of the Rough Trade shops,
> with a CDR, and sell it on the site, with potential endorsement
> from Rough Trade.
> An important point which allows the Rough Trade Digital store to
> stand above the competition is that its free from Digital Rights
> Management, meaning you can do whatever you want with the tracks
> you download from the site - burn them onto CD, export to an MP3
> player... the works.
> The digital service is set to launch on November 14th, so get your
> watches set!
> www.roughtrade.com
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