DRM-Free Music Service?

By xerocube | April 13, 2007

CNET Reports:

AnywhereCD.com allows you to purchase DRM-free MP3’s that can be played on any portable MP3 player.

This sounds like a good plan to me. However, the freedom to play your songs on the device of your choice comes at a premium… looking to be about $2 USD per album. And this new site doesn’t carry quite the library as the popular Apple iTunes Music Store. And you can’t buy individual tracks, just full albums. So, you can take the good with the bad…

For those music lovers who have a strong distaste for DRM, and who doesn’t, I’d say check out this site and see if it’s got what you are looking for at a price you are willing to pay.

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