I just want to make the point that Bohemian Rhapsody should be free, considering it entered the moral public domain in 2003 (released in 1975, 28 year copyright term).
Copyright laws actually protect the works of an author for that persons lifetime + 70 years (as in 70 years after the authors death.) So no, Bohemian Rhapsody is not free and wont be free until we're dead; better start saving.
Everything with a bit of popularity and all the new released I'll bet will be $1.29.
If you take inflation into account from when iTunes first offered music at $.99 in 2003 you'll see that the markup is only really about 15 cents ($.99 in 2003 has equivalent buying power $1.14 in 2008).
You can write a small letter to Grandma in the filename. -- Forbes Burkowski, CS, University of Washington