Nokia's efforts to make its Music Store service a success have been taken up a notch as the manufacturer has signed a deal with EMI to offer users Kylie Minogue's new album five days prior to its general release. Minogue's new album, X, will be available to buy digitally from Music Store on 21 November for £8 while its general release date is 26 November. Individual tracks cost 80p. It is the first time a Minogue album has been released digitally prior to its general release.Regional manager for Nokia Music UK & Ireland, Richard Sandford said: 'Less than a month on from launch, the Nokia Music Store is already bringing the best music to fans in the way they want, when they want it.' He added that more Music Store exclusives were expected to follow.Music Store also released an exclusive Nokia version of the new Girls Aloud album, Tangled Up, this week. It has also offered exclusive versions of The Killers and Andrea Bocelli albums in recent weeks.