Cheap Culture on Amazon

More just a heads up than any­thing else. If you’re spend­ing mon­ey down­load­ing MP3s from iTunes, you may want to give Ama­zon MP3 down­loads a seri­ous look. Ama­zon MP3s are gen­er­al­ly cheap­er, and you can find some out­stand­ing deals there. Take, for exam­ple, $3.99 for The Pogues’ If I Should Fall from Grace, or $1.99 for John Coltrane’s Blue Train. (Both deals were men­tioned over at Large­heart­ed Boy.) For more cheap music on Ama­zon, vis­it this page. And find 500 free songs here, although caveat emp­tor, these may be geo-restrict­ed.

It’s worth men­tion­ing that Ama­zon MP3s are all DRM-free (that’s not the case over at Apple), which means that you can play these sound files in any music pro­gram and on any MP3 device. Ama­zon also notably makes the pur­chas­ing process easy for iPod users. Once you down­load a lit­tle installer, all pur­chas­es will be auto­mat­i­cal­ly uploaded to iTunes or Win­dows Media Play­er. This makes the buy­ing expe­ri­ence pret­ty seam­less and removes all bar­ri­ers to enjoy­ing Ama­zon’s low­er prices.

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