I'm sorry to hear you are having issues with your REO Speedwagon purchase. I love that band!
I would first suggest you log out of your iTunes Store account, restart the computer or device, and then download again. The articles below will review how:
If you authorize your computer to play your iTunes Store purchases, but you can't play them and iTunes keeps prompting you to authorize, try these suggestions.
After you have authorized your computer on your administrator account, you will need to log out and log back in to the user account you would like to play your purchases from. Once you are logged back in your user account, simply open iTunes, select an iTunes Store purchase in your library, and click Play. The item should begin to play.
Authorize using the correct account name
The items you are trying to play might have been purchased using a different iTunes Store account. To determine which account was used to purchase an item, follow these steps:
Select a purchased song in your library and choose File > Get Info.
- Click the Summary tab. Note the Account Name that appears in the list. This is the account name (Apple ID) you will need to use when authorizing your computer to play this purchase.
Note: The account name that appears is the one you used when purchasing the item and does not change if the account name (Apple ID) changes.
If you've authorized the Apple ID that is shown in the Summary tab, you can check the purchase history for that Apple ID from Store > View My Account. If your purchase history does not reflect the purchase of the items in your iTunes library, consider any other Apple ID you may have created, and authorize the computer for your additional Apple ID.
If you continue to have issues with this purchase, please click on the link below for additional support:
I hope this information helps ....
Have a great day!