Top Rockers Pull Their Songs From The Net reports , , , and several others are refusing to make their songs available as a la carte downloads, insisting that services sell their entire albums or nothing at all on online services such as iTunes. “Certain songs might not fit on radio for one reason or another but are just as important an artistic statement,” said Marc Reiter of Q-Prime, the management company that handles the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Garbage — all of whom are keeping their songs offline. “We refuse to kowtow to the fact that it’s a singles market for downloads.”

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