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Daily Music Wrap: Sept 14, ’04

Daily digital music related stories, in a convenient wrap-up.

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Non-iPods get ‘legal’ iTunes solution: The Tunebite software re-records tracks purchased from the iTunes Music Store

The Darkness offer chart eligible downloads on website: Become one of the first major UK recording artists to offer chart eligible digital downloads of their music from their site

Universal Debuts Band With LidRock at Sbarro: Introducing Busted to the U.S. through LidRock enhanced CD-ROMs at participating Sbarro…

Global Music Sales Down 7.6 Percent: Sales of recorded music in both audio and video formats fell by 7.6 percent in value and by 6.6 percent in units

Musical shares: Apple’s supremacy in the digital music market will be challenged by a joint launch this month by Microsoft and Napster

iTunes’ Indie Rumbling Again in UK: Some disquiet that tracks on some labels, including those of Mercury Music Prize winner Franz Ferdinand, are still not available through the store