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As well as iTunes I use www.7digital.com and www.play.com I only purchase DRM-free music though
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(Original post by Rosaaa)
I know a really good one, but doubt it's legal.
Whats the site?
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Whats the site?
to poster takes great risk in telling you :p:

don't expect it to happen.
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(Original post by olileauk)
to poster takes great risk in telling you :p:

don't expect it to happen.
Pardon?
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Google reveals this article:

http://arts.guardian.co.uk/netmusic/...127237,00.html
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Limewire and kazaa are riddled with viruses, don't go there. Both of them ****ed up my computer and had to pay a 40 quid re-install each time x
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I dont understand napster, I've heard as soon as you unsubscribe they delete you music collection?! WHats the point in that, surely that means you only lend the music? Pffft, if it possible to rip/save it on MP3 etc?
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(Original post by AussieKat)
Limewire and kazaa are riddled with viruses, don't go there. Both of them ****ed up my computer and had to pay a 40 quid re-install each time x
Or you could have just not paid £40 for someone to type "Y" and drink tea for an hour and a half. It's not the program's fault that you paid extortionate prices.
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Play.com
Amazon and tesco are going to be opening their mp3 stores pretty soon as well
7digital and emusic.com are also running and have quite a library
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(Original post by MGT_90)
Or you could have just not paid £40 for someone to type "Y" and drink tea for an hour and a half. It's not the program's fault that you paid extortionate prices.
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Amazon have a service similar to play.com's mp3 service coming out sometime this year (i would expect it to be september latest. But play's service looks great but haven't tried it yet
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Does anyone remember that site that claimed it was going to let people legally download music. It was such a massive hit the first few days it crashed....

One small detail they forgot was that they hadn't actually made a deal with the record companies yet.. so no music.
http://www.spiralfrog.com/ ?
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http://www.spiralfrog.com/ ?
Nope wasn't that :confused:
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Nope wasn't that :confused:
http://www.qtrax.com/ ? That one? :p:
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