The Kylie publicity machine is already in full swing ahead of the release of the X album. And if you want to know if it’s worth the hype, you should head over to the Nokia Music Store – which will have the album available for exclusive download.
Yes, Nokia has bagged a world exclusive, offering the album almost a week ahead of the stores on 21st November. Downloading the full album will set you back £8. Or if you want to download in instalments, that’s 80p per track (or you can pay a monthly £8 subscription for streaming because, let’s be honest, you’ll be bored of it in two days).
It’s the latest Nokia exclusive, following on the heels of exclusive versions of Girls Aloud’s Tangled Up, The Killers’ Sawdust and Andrea Bocelli’s Vivere.
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