It seems like yesterday. There you were, two years ago, flashing your bits at me. How could I resist? Legal music downloads? And only 99 cents? My god, you were sexy. What better place to put my new legit music than on a tastefully created Ipod. That is, of course, when I wasn’t listening to this new legit music on my PC with the large speakers. I still remember the first purchase. Okay, I don’t but it sounded good.
Yeah, there have been multiple music offerings over the last couple years. There was “Real Audio”, Walmart downloads, Napster (legit), and a multitude of others out there. In my mind, they all sucked. It wasn’t until this year that I finally found a new love. That new love is Amazon MP3’s. No longer do I have to deal with limited transfers from my ipod, to my pc, to my laptop, to my car. I actually have some new music now that I can put on the device of my choosing without the threat of a visit from the RIAA. No way, I’m not sharing them. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that this new download has a unique identifier on it that could get me in trouble if it found it’s way online. I never have shared any music and don’t intend to. I’ve always just wanted the freedom to use the music where I want to.
Did I mention that a lot of the tracks are only .89 too? Oh, yeah, and when you download it, it just saves to whatever folder you want as an MP3, because that’s what it is. I’d also point out that the quality of the track is very good too. Sure, they have a limited selection, but I would bet they’ll have a comparable selection to Itunes in the not too distant future.
Anyway, I’m happy. Have you tried Amazon music? http://www.amazon.com/b/ref=sv_m_7/105-7538581-5324425?ie=UTF8&node=163856011 (notice I’m not referring you because I don’t have an affiliate account)