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downloading music

where do you guys download from? itunes is so freakin expensive. i need more music for running....i get bored with the songs after a week.
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Re: downloading music

  • legalsounds.com

    It's .09cents a song. My cousin told me about it after I bought about $200 worth of music for our wedding from I-tunes. I put $50 on there and i've been using that same $50 for over 2yrs.

    They have most music, they don't have some of the newer music. I've never had any issues with them.

    I just looked up my usage and i've d/l 455 . I have $16.70 left before I have to put some more money on there. It's worked out well for me. I still use itunes for some things.

    I read yesterday that Limewire is going under/out, whatever. I didn't like them, but Chris did. 

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  • Thanks! Yep - Limewire is no longer....

    Going to check it out....Has anyone used Rhapsody? 

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  • imageStingShark425:

    legalsounds.com

    It's .09cents a song. My cousin told me about it after I bought about $200 worth of music for our wedding from I-tunes. I put $50 on there and i've been using that same $50 for over 2yrs.

    They have most music, they don't have some of the newer music. I've never had any issues with them.

    I just looked up my usage and i've d/l 455 . I have $16.70 left before I have to put some more money on there. It's worked out well for me. I still use itunes for some things.

    I read yesterday that Limewire is going under/out, whatever. I didn't like them, but Chris did. 

    Thanks for this.  I'll have to check it out.

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  • We use Napster. We pay $15 every 3 months and you can listen to whatever you want during that time and you also get 15 credits to download music, too. So essentially you're paying $1 a song, but you're also able to listen to whatever floats your boat as many times as you want. You can pay more, too, if you want to be able to have all of those songs play on your mp3 player. We don't because I don't think we have the mp3 player that supports Napster's technology, but it seems like it would be a good deal.
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