A recent Rolling Stone article brings up an interesting point on kids purchasing music at Apple’s iTunes Music Store: “One key concern among labels is figuring out how to let kids who don’t have credit cards buy music. ‘You look at Apple’s most downloaded tracks, and it’s U2, Coldplay and Sheryl Crow,’ says Dan Gill of Vagrant Records, Dashboard Confessional’s home. ‘Our label has a much younger demographic.’ Apple reps say they are looking into stored-value cash cards teens could use for music purchases.”