Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ now on iTunes, Physical Release in May

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  1. Melody Bot

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  2. DearCory


    Wish they'd do a blu-ray release too... they did it with S/T but it took a while to make its way out.
  3. I Am Mick

    I AM GRAVE BUG Prestigious

    still not spotify :(
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  5. ComedownMachine

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    Apparently it never will be. Permanently streaming on Tidal, but available for purchase elsewhere.
  6. I Am Mick

    I AM GRAVE BUG Prestigious

    I will be very happy when Tidal goes away
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  7. Stilicho

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    "[It] simply will not die"

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  8. jorbjorb


    from the clips it sounded ok i thought
  9. DearCory


    I think this probably her best album, as a whole. It really is a story... start to finish. No fluff.
  10. jorbjorb


    i hate that i have to give my credit card info to tidal to start a free trial. screw that.
  11. shawnhyphenray


    I guess she could't get enough listens/money from Tidal
  12. btr


    $17.99 on iTunes with no option to buy it without the film. That's a little steep for 12 songs.
  13. Chase Tremaine

    theherox @oursbyaccident Supporter

    This is good news. I'm anti-TIDAL because its business practices are whack and I'm anti-streaming services regardless, but the 94 score on Metacritic right now has me highly interested.
  14. Chase Tremaine

    theherox @oursbyaccident Supporter

    Oh really? Hmmm...maybe my brother and I will go half n half on buying it, ahhahaa
  15. CMilliken


    I'd like to check this out but 18 bucks and I'm not a huge Beyonce fan. Kinda steep for me.
  16. jlinitz

    John Linitz @jlinitz

    Worth the money. Watch the film. I never considered myself a Beyonce fan but this album and film are something truly special. It took me to a really dark place which I never would have expected. Great stuff all around :thumbup:
  17. shawnhyphenray


    You actually save over two dollars just buying the songs separately.