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#1 Grinler


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Posted 15 March 2004 - 12:19 PM

Ready to kick the habit of downloading pirated music? Here are nine online services that can make an honest listener out of you.

"Extraordinary how potent cheap music is," Noel Coward wrote. Sure enough, the 99-cent legal song download is having a potent effect on the music industry as we near the first anniversary of the Apple iTunes Music Store. Apple says it has sold more than 30 million songs at 99 cents per. Although billions of songs still trade hands illegally each month on file-sharing services like Kazaa, analysts expect that within five years online music will provide as much as a third of the music industry's sales, worth several billion dollars.

A great article that discusses the various Pay For Music services available on the Internet.

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