The whole thing is evidence for the aggregation problems of orthodox rational choice theories. Because if you had presented me with the entire list of songs and said I could have all of them for $198.00, I very likely wouldn't have done it. But, offer each song offered individually for 99 cents apiece and I think, what's a dollar?
That said, now that I look down the list, below are ten non-karaoke-inspired-downloads songs that were certainly well worth the dollar (listed alphabetically). Not that you care, I know.
"Another Girl," Jeffrey Lewis
"Bad Day," R.E.M.
"David," Nellie McKay
"Folsom River Blues," Johnny Cash
"Light & Day," Polyphonic Spree
"I Am Trying To Break Your Heart," Wilco**
"I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man," Prince
"I Don't Believe You," Magnetic Fields
"Train in Vain," Clash
* Jeremy's overall most played iTunes song, Jan-Apr 04
** Jeremy's overall most played iTunes song, May-Aug 04
The three best karaoke-inspired purchases: "Survivor," Destiny's Child; "Goodbye Earl," Dixie Chicks; and "Downtown," Petula Clark.