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Day 164 - Inexpensive Music
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People enjoy listening to production music wherever they go, and I bet that most of the time, they won’t visit a music website to make a purchase. Instead, they will download the latest version of uTorrent and proceed to pirate music by obtaining discographies of their favorite bands. This not only negatively impacts the sales of the artists producing the music but, if you’re unlucky, you might also find yourself being pursued by the RIAA. If you consider yourself a true fan of the artist you listen to, then you should buy their CDs as a way to support their efforts.

However, with so many online stores to choose from, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. I used to have a favorite music website, lala.com, but it was recently acquired by iTunes, which saddened me because I really liked its interface. Well, that’s life, and I have to move on.

But don’t worry, there are many other options you can explore. If you’re looking for a good music website, I recommend going with the one from Apple. You’ll find that they have millions upon millions of songs available, and even if you’re searching for rare tracks, you’ll still be able to find them there.

When it comes to the prices you’ll have to pay for the music, well, they can vary. If you purchase a full album, it may cost you less than buying individual tracks, so pay attention to the details.

The great thing is that once you’ve purchased the tracks you love so much from Music for Websites, you can download them anytime without having to buy them again. This is fantastic news. Of course, I have another surprise in store for you.

If you download files from Free Music for Videos sites, you can acquire them without DRM, meaning that you can simply copy them to your iPod, MP3 player, or any other device and play them. I recommend conducting thorough research before making any music purchases from a specific store.

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