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'American Idol' songs light up iTunes

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Wednesday night’s performances from the Top 13 finalists on American Idol are already available on iTunes. For the first time in the show’s history, studio versions of the selected songs can be purchased on Apple’s online music store. The songs were recorded by the Idols under the guidance of Jimmy Iovine’s team, including some of the top producers in the business, such as Rock Mafia, Rodney Jerkins, Don Was, Jim Jonsin, Ron Fair, and “Tricky” Stewart. The 13 individual tracks and compilation album, which sells for $7.99, are the first to be released on the 19 Recordings/Interscope label.

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