I just bought the CD in a store.

Apple-ITunes settles dispute over Do They Know It’s Christmas?
LONDON (AP) – Apple Computer Inc. has settled a dispute that was keeping the charity single Do They Know It’s Christmas? off its ITunes music store in Britain.
The song, released Monday, hadn’t been available as a download from ITunes, reportedly because Apple declined to sell the song for more than the service’s $1.52 US base price. Rivals including HMV and Napster are selling the song for $2.86, the price requested by the Band Aid Trust.
Apple said Wednesday it would sell the single for $1.52 and donate the difference to the Band Aid famine-relief charity. It quickly became the best-selling ITunes download in Britain.
Apple’s decision sparked criticism from its competitors. Napster said it was “disappointed they’ve chosen to use the biggest charity event of the year to undercut every other music retailer in the UK.”
The original Band Aid single, released in 1984, raised millions of dollars for victims of starvation in Ethiopia. It featured artists including Boy George, Duran Duran and Phil Collins.
The new single, which was released Monday, features artists including Dido, Coldplay’s Chris Marti, Paul McCartney, U2’s Bono and members of The Darkness.
It will raise money for victims of strife in Sudan, where fighting has killed thousands of people and forced 1.8 million people to flee their homes.