It doesn't happen often, but sometimes there's an mp3 album you want to buy and it's just not for sale in your country. I live in the US and I knew that The Three Suns A Ding Dong Dandy Christmas was available in the UK. For whatever the reason it's not available here. I thought "Hey! I'll just head on over to the UK iTunes store or Amazon UK and pick it up." NO luck. I couldn't even listen to it on Spotify because it's not available in the USA. After poking around the web and being turned down at about a dozen places, I found Fair Share Music. Maybe they don't care about licensing laws? Maybe their exempt because a fraction of the purchase goes the the charity of your choice? Who knows? I don't really care because I used Paypal, bought the mp3s, downloaded them, and just finished listening. It sounds great! Go get it now before this loophole gets shut. Now… Who do I talk to about them changing the classic cover art?