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Downloading an album from Itunes

Hi, there! I received 3 albums for Christmas and all 3 downloaded onto my computer hard drive, but when I go to the "Artist" on my Ipod, only two are showing. I have enough memory to hold the third album. What am I not doing right? Thanks

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Did you import them all into itunes or did you use another program to get the music onto your computer?

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