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MP3.com – the return of the prodigal


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Well waddya know, MP3.com is back. OK, so it’s not the good old, let’s get sued version, but at least it offers free music galore to stream and download, from a bunch of indie, unsigned and…gasp…signed artists. The whole thing is powered by Last.fm, with a dainty new design slapped on top.

The site design is pleasant to look at for sure, and the catalogue is well laid out, but it’s unfortunately still got a bit of a ‘corporate’ feel to it, which is what you’d expect from parent company CBS. But hey, that’s being picky, right, because it’s our old friend, and it’s back, and there’s free music. Ooh look, there’s YouTube, be right back.

  MP3.com uses Last.fm Music Manager to bring your songs to millions of listeners around the world. Grow your fan base through free song downloads and a detailed artist profile page. Last.fm is the best way to discover great music and share it with friends. Targeted radio plays your music to fans we know will like it. The more you’re listened to, the more your music is promoted through the network.

 MP3.com   the return of the prodigal

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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