Music downloading.

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    Bubba Gump XBL: John Voda VIP Member

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    What is the cheapest legal way to dowload music off the internet?
    I've played with Itunes and napster. Got a couple songs but 1$ for a song? that's a lot to me. Is there a cheaper solution? I've also seen realplayer music downloads are 49cents but that's only for a limited time. Thankyou.
     
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    Itunes is the cheapest LEGAL way. Theres some site hosted out of Russia that offers songs for cents on the megabyte, but its legality is questionable.
    Real, has the 49 cents, I don't know whether it'll last or not though.
     
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    iTunes, Napster and MSN Music Store (coming out this week) are the cheapest ways. All 99ยข.

    I prefer to have my music in WMA format, so I use Napster. I may check out the new MSN Music store though.
     
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    Look's iffy, I'd avoid it.
     
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    WMA are huge:shock

    99 cents is the cheapest I have found
    except for this one deal i have, for one month i can d/l 100 songs for free

    :whistle
     
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    I like Rhapsody! 9.95 for unlimited music. Just 79cents to burn a track, but i just listen on PC for 9.95 is fine.
     
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    From what I could gather, MyMusicInc seems to be just a regular filesharer, like Kazaa or Limewire or anything else. It's basically saying the program's legal as long as you don't download copyrighted material. And let's face it, it's pretty useless if you can't do that...

    EDIT: I also just noticed that you have to pay for it too... RIP OFF!!!
     
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