September 27, 2007

Amazon’s new MP3 store

Amazon recently launched yet another MP3 music store. Normally I wouldn’t care about another MP3 music store but this one I am somewhat excited about (haven’t tried it out yet.) Real quick, the things that attracted me:- NO DRM!!!!!!!!!!! Finally, it’s about time! No more crippled music- 256K tracks. Finally Higher quality- Looks to be easy to use and puts the songs right into iTunes. Damn, watch your ass apple.- Tracks are priced between $0.89 and $0.99; Albums between $5.99 and $9.99-“only” 2 million songs. more to come I’m sure

looks like a win win to me. I hope so, it might be time to start buying music again!

I am going to try out both the website portion of the site as well as their standalone application tonight. Time will tell, but so far so good.


Amazon blog Internet MP3 Software


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