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Re: Alternatives to itunes

deadlyfingers wrote:
I've got an emusic subscription. The bit rates are sometimes rather low (sub-200 kbps), but the selection is pretty good, especially with old catalog stuff. I think the availability varies a bit country-by-country, but you may want to check it out.

rael wrote:
I think Australia must be a pretty shitty place, Dan...

emusic wrote:
We're sorry, eMusic is not available in your country.
We know everyone everywhere loves music and we want to bring the world of music to everyone. But we have to play by the rules and there are many when it comes to the global distribution of music.
Unfortunately, due to licensing restrictions we are unable to offer service in your country at this time. We understand that you are currently in Australia...

I don't know if it is Australia that is shitty or the companies. Regardless, the record companies are the losers as I won't buy their stuff and will have no choice but to steal it.

Nov 15, 2012, 06:17


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