Now there is a collective sigh of relief that they have, in fact, signed with Amazon to make their catalog available sans DRM at everyone's favorite online retailer.
Sony BMG Will Allow Amazon to Sell Its Music Without DRM | Listening Post from Wired.com: "Sony BMG made history Thursday by becoming the fourth and final major label to allow its music to be sold without digital rights management, issuing a announcement that Amazon.com's MP3 store would start carrying music from the label by the end of this month."
Phew, disaster averted....
Hi, more fun on mp3 storage and
sharing at archive.org. i got my bossa nova and indie rock fix from there!
Two candidates for 2nd best mp3 player?
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