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According to The Guardian, Sony Music is under pressure because increased the price of a Whitney Houston album in the iTunes store, reportedly just a few hours after the singer was found dead in a hotel room in Los Angeles.
The music giant will have increased the price of the album The Ultimate Collection at four in the morning hours of California, from 4.99 pounds to 7.99 pounds (about 9.5 euros).
The Guardian indicates that the change was described as "cynical" by fans of the singer, and as a way of trying to profit from the death of Houston. The newspaper quoted a source close to the process indicates that it is not a price change "cynical" but a correction, since the price of this album in particular was wrong.
The Guardian also indicates that Apple already has lowered the price of the album to the initial value on Sunday night. However, the Portuguese iTunes store, the album The Ultimate Collection continues to be sold at 9.99 euros, and is third in the top sales.