Look, I know I could find free downloadable music online, but I refuse to do that because I have such rotten luck, I am certain the feds would kick down my door, arrest me and make an example out of me. Believe me when I say that as tough as I am, I could not handle prison. I don't like being told what to wear. I like my air conditioning and cocktails. I like my comfortable bed. So, I will do anything I can to avoid prison. That said, I'll get back to my affection for iTunes.
Despite recent downloads and gifted music, I went searching for more summer tunes. I found this:
It included more than 40 songs - making each single less than a dollar. A bargain! And even though I had some of the songs already, there were more on the album that I did not have, so I clicked "buy album." Then, I started to listen to the songs. Something sounded off. I clicked on the ones I knew. Definitely NOT the original artist. When I looked at what was downloading, the artist was listed as "Audiogroove." Hmmm. Not at all what I wanted. I paused the download, then went online to ask iTunes for a refund. I was not optimistic because I should have listened to the music before I chose to buy the album. If I had bothered to look at the reviews, I would have seen plenty of people saying that this was not music by the original artists. Still, I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Then, I got this response: