When a major retailer is given an exclusive window to sell a new album, there's a general outcry from the independent retail community. Of late, however, a number of strong-selling artists for indie s

When a major retailer is given an exclusive window to sell a new album, there's a general outcry from the independent retail community. Of late, however, a number of strong-selling artists for indie stores have seen their full albums released for purchase at the iTunes store in advance of an album's physical street date. Read Todd Martens' column.