Tuesday, January 10, 2006

50 Free Songs at eMusic

emusic.com, a music site that casts itself as the indie alternative to iTMS and normally sells mp3s for 25 cents each, is running a special to get new users: Sign up for a free two week trial and download up to 50 songs, which you can apparently keep forever. You can then pay the subscription fee if you want to download more, or you can take the 50 mp3s and run. We're trying it out now--we'll let you know if there are any DRM issues to worry about.


  1. are they compatible with an IPod, or do they have to be converted? those fuckers at Napster pulled that kinda shit...

  2. No, they're cool. Plain-jane MP3 files.