Head over to iTunes CA this morning and you’ll likely find Apple offering the entire catalogs for some of the biggest names in music, starting at less than $7.
The album flash-sale is notable for a number of reasons, non more so because the company also appears to be dropping even the latest albums, (in the case of Dylan), to a new starting price of just $5.99.
Here’s some of the highlights.
– Shadows in the Night (2015)
– The Freewheelin Bob Dylan (1963)
– Bring It All Back (1965)
– Highway 61 Revisited (1965)
– Blonde On Blonde (1966)
– John Wesley Harding (1967)
– Blood On the Tracks (1975)
– Infidels (1983)
– Oh Mercy (1989)
– Time Out of Mind (1997)
It’s worth keeping in mind that, alongside these discount albums, Apple is currently also offering iTunes listeners the chance to own digital-exclusive collections of Dylan’s greatest hits throughout the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s – starting at $36.99.
Each of these collections have been digitally-remastered for iTunes, and include over 150+ songs from the living music icon.
Meanwhile, for what appears to be a limited-time only, Apple is offering Houston’s certified 13× platinum self-titled debut album, which originally saw its release in 1985 – for just $6.99.
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It’s currently unclear how long this promotion will run for.