The Beatles Say Hello to Digital Music on USB

Posted by at 11:34 am on November 4, 2009

The Beatles first joined the digital world with Rock Band, but they are still passing on being in iTunes.

Today The Beatles surprised the music work by offering their collection outside of a disc for the first time. The Limited Edition USB Stick carries the entire LP collection of the British band in a stereo mix along with the mini-documentaries, album art and liner notes from the remastered CDs.

Significantly, all of the songs come both in unprotected 320Kbps MP3 as well as in a similarly unguarded, lossless FLAC and should work on most any computer or portable player. The FLAC formated music, 44.1 Khz 24 bit, should be superior to that of the newly mastered Beatle CDs.

The 16GB, Apple Records-themed drive is for now only being sold in a 30,000-copy run and will ship December 8th for $280. Pre-orders start today.

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