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MP3 Download Services


With all of the controversity surrounding mp3 downloads and legality, why not take a look at the legitimate MP3 download services available on the internet. The following services do charge a fee to use their programs, but hey, that's better than getting sued for downloading a song you never even knew you downloaded.

Napster - The original bad boy of MP3's is back, and this time he's fully legit! The Napster name is synonymous with MP3's, especially downloading them. This once-free program now charges a monthly membership for unlimited MP3 downloads. There's no viruses or spyware like P2P programs out there. With over 400,000 songs at your disposal, we've gotta say Napster is STILL king!

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Musicmatch Jukebox 9.0 - is a smarter way to play, manage, discover and get music, burn and rip CDs, create playlists and enjoy music anywhere. Jukebox 9.0 is the easiest to use and most powerful Jukebox ever, and best of all it's On Demand Ready.

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ITunes - is one of the best digital jukeboxes available on the market today. Inside of the player, you are able to download more than 700,000 songs each complete with its own 30 second preview!

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Acid house is a variant of house music characterized by the use of simple tone generators with tempo-controlled resonant filters. It began when musicians discovered that they could create interesting sounds with the Roland TB-303 analogue bass synthesizer by tweaking the resonance and frequency cut-off dials as they played. The term "acid" was used in Chicago at the time as a term for the squelchy "acid" sounds of such bass synthesizers such as the TB-303, and has no connection to LSD (in fact, the drug most commonly associated with the acid house scene was MDMA, or Ecstasy). Acid house music became a central part of the early rave scene in the U.K., and the yellow smiley became its emblem.

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