[d@DCC] MP3.com replacement
john.lange at open-it.ca
Tue Dec 21 15:52:47 EST 2004
On Tue, 2004-12-21 at 12:14, Russell McOrmond wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Dec 2004, John Lange wrote:
> > Sounds like mp3.com to me. Plus artists can upload and sell their own
> > music which is a lot like mp3.com. Artists can not upload and sell their
> > music on any of the other major music services that I'm aware of.
> MP3.com wasn't just a sales site, but also had the ability to allow
> people to create playlists that were effectively "radio stations". Each
> genre also had its own automatically created playlist. I could pick a
> playlist and just listen to music in the background.
Because its near Christmas I decided not to point out that these
"replacement" sites are all terrible in comparison to what MP3.com had
Bought all the mp3.com stuff including the user accounts etc. It does
say you can "resurrect all your mp3.com songs and content". I haven't
tried it. If anyone spends some time on it please let me know your
impressions including cross-platform compatibility etc.
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