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3 for 2 on all MP3's at Tesco (Tracks 79p each)

That's just £1.58 for 3 tracks, you can use this offer on as many MP3's as you like. The database is huge!!

Just 52p each, much cheaper than I tunes
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#1
Had a look it says 3 for 2 promotion applies to all 79p single tracks. It seems all the tracks are DRM protected in wma playsforsure :o . I know EMI and associated labels are set to release all their catalogue next month in 256kb non DRM AAC format on the iTunes store.

If you know different let me know.
#2
Freeware DRM removal Windows software. Strip copy-protection from .WMV, .ASF, .WMA (Windows Media Player 9, 10, 11) :thumbsup:
#3
FairUse4WM 1.3
#4
No use on an ipod tho. They only play AAc and mp3.
#5
Misleading title, these aren't mp3s but DRM-infected wma files. Boo!
#6
eek
No use on an ipod tho. They only play AAc and mp3.


Well now you know how the rest of us who bought normal mp3 players feel about apple's amazing "open" itunes that actually no-one can play who couldn't before.
#7
poppy10
Misleading title, these aren't mp3s but DRM-infected wma files. Boo!


Exactly - can't you just buy your CD's cheap off ebay with the tracks you want and then copy them to your MP3 player and then sell the CD's back on ebay when your done. :whistling:

Thats not illegal surely?
#8
1303
Exactly - can't you just buy your CD's cheap off ebay with the tracks you want and then copy them to your MP3 player and then sell the CD's back on ebay when your done. :whistling:

Thats not illegal surely?


Yes it is.
#9
It's perfectly legal to copy the tracks from a cd you own on to your mp3 player.
It's not legal however to then sell the original CD while keeping the mp3 tracks. However noone will ever eer come after you for doing this.
#10
poppy10
It's perfectly legal to copy the tracks from a cd you own on to your mp3 player.
It's not legal however to then sell the original CD while keeping the mp3 tracks. However noone will ever eer come after you for doing this.


That's not really justification for doing it though!
[helper]#11
Still not as cheap as allofmp3.com..... 10p a track or £1 to £2 an album
#12
gari189
Still not as cheap as allofmp3.com..... 10p a track or £1 to £2 an album


The legality of that site has been in dispute for ages:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AllOfMP3.com
#13
poppy10
It's perfectly legal to copy the tracks from a cd you own on to your mp3 player.
It's not legal however to then sell the original CD while keeping the mp3 tracks. However noone will ever eer come after you for doing this.


Actually it's not even legal to rip your own CDs in the UK
#14
Dudley
Actually it's not even legal to rip your own CDs in the UK


How's that? I was under the impression making mp3 backups for your own personal use was covered under fair use in the UK.
#15
Just to clear a few things up.....

It is now legal in the UK to transfer music to mp3s if you own it another physical format. Cd/vinyl/tape The brithish recording institute or something said this officially around xmas time.

itunes sucks, but try yamipod or flooa. Both run directly from your ipod when plugged in via usb. Allows transfers of music on/off your ipod.
#16
used tesco the other night for a single.

non-protected mp3s is what it gave me.

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