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Rolling Stone comes to Newsstand

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Clue's in the title, really. If you're craving Rolling Stone's eclectic mix of reviews and journalism but didn't fancy the trip to your local dead-tree merchant, it's now available on Newsstand. Each critique will come with a button straight to iTunes, so you can instantly download that amazing album that only garnered 3.5 stars. Annual subscriptions will set you back $19.99 a year, while standalone editions are $4.99 -- but be warned, it might try to sell you a Thunderbolt every now and again.

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