It's official: The Beatles are now finally on iTunes. Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, and George Harrison's families have agreed to sell The Beatles' back catalog on the music service after years of wrangling with Apple.
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It's the Beatles Box Set which is the big one. With 256 songs, documentaries, and other videos (including their first-ever US concert), it costs $150, which must be the priciest purchase on iTunes. Other albums, including Help!, Abbey Road, and my favorite the Magical Mystery Tour, cost $12.99, with the songs available for individual purchase at $1.29 each.
It's no Yellow Submarine iPod, but it's official—The Beatles (are) For Sale. [iTunes]