Every day there are new songs released onto the internet that have been leaked without the artists permissions. To download a file that is leaked is just taking advantage of the artist and the money spent producing the song. Now the RIAA have got involved in the business of leaking music downloads and are trying to sue every user who has downloaded a song free online for up to $250 per song. So what is an easier way to get your favorite music without spending a fortune?Many companies have built their sites around the $0.99 cents per song rule. This states that you can legally download your favorite music for the low cost of $0.99 per song but once you are wanting to download a full album this could raise the cost of an album up to $10 and you have nothing to show for it expect a digital music file. To take a new step towards legally downloading music online there are new companies who are only charging a one time fee for downloads.Yes a one time membership fee to gain access to millions of downloads on high speed connections so you can download the new releases daily. The range of… Read full this story
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