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*** £90 single cost, 12 months free unlimited downloads, no limit in number of devices, no DRM, yours forever to use, MP3 format, 320Kbps ****

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Datz Music Lounge Download for MP3/4 Players Millions of Tracks Millions of Downloads 100% Legal 100% Original.
'Music Lounge is a revolutionary new way to buy and enjoy music. As a music lover you now have a vast selection of music at your fingertips for a single 'one off' cost.
THE DATZ MUSIC LOUNGE
What is The Datz Music Lounge?
The Datz Music Lounge gives people a new way to buy music legally. For a one off cost, members of the lounge can download any song within the lounge in MP3 format and keep it forever. The only limitation is that any downloads must be made within one year of the product being registered however the music can then be kept forever.
What makes this service better than all the other services out there?
It enables people to download and listen to the music they want without restrictions on which devices it can be played on, tie-ins to ongoing subscription services or per track costs. It also allows people to choose the music they want to listen to legally without restrictions. And it allows them to do this for one single cost.
What format do the tracks come in?
All the tracks are in high quality MP3 format, the vast majority of tracks are recorded in 320kbps. Every track is free from DRM, which means it can be played on any music device, such as an iPod and mobile phone, regardless of who made it.
How many tracks can I download?
As long as you download tracks within 12 months registering your product at the Datz Music Lounge, you can download as many tracks as you want and keep them forever.
How many tracks do I have access to?
The deals we have in place with the record companies and music distributors provide access to many millions of tracks from thousands of artists. Currently this stands at 1.3million tracks.
How long can I keep the tracks for?
As long as you download the tracks within 12 months of registering with The Datz Music Lounge, you can keep them forever. You can transfer them to a music device, mobile phone or other music playing device.
When will it be available?
The Datz Music Lounge is available to buy now
How much is it?
The recommended retail price is £99.99
Is there an age restriction on who can buy it?
No there is not. However, content within The Datz Music Lounge that contains explicit lyrics is marked in this way.
How do I work The Datz Music Lounge?
You buy The Datz Music Lounge gift box and install the software on your computer. You then insert the USB key into your computer. This enables you to go to The Datz Music Lounge online and download any track within the lounge to your PC. The music is yours to keep forever, burn to a CD, or transfer to any music player or mobile phone.
Do I need a computer or laptop in order to use it?
You need a computer, either desktop or laptop to use the service. Once you have loaded the tracks to your computer you can then put them onto a mobile phone or music player. Minimum PC requirements are as follows: Windows XP Service Pack 2 or newer (min 512 MB RAM recommended), Windows Vista (min 1 GB RAM recommended), Connection to the internet (broadband recommended). Datz Music Lounge does not currently work on 64 bit versions of Windows. Mac OSx software will be available from end of March from http://www.datzmusiclounge.com.
Is this legal?
Yes. The Datz Music Lounge is 100% legal.
How is this legal?
Datz and the music industry have come together to offer a legal way for people to get the music they love in MP3 format, without restrictions on which music devices you can play them on. The Datz Music Lounge has agreements with several leading record companies and content distributors which allows this to take place legally.
Is the objective of Datz Music Lounge to let people enjoy the music they want legally?
Exactly. According to the IFPI Digital Music Report 2008, 95% of music that is downloaded is done so illegally. Datz Music Lounge does not think this is fair to the people who create and distribute music. It is also risky for consumers for a number of reasons:
They may receive letters from Internet Service Providers warning them not to download illegal music
They may unwittingly download spyware or viruses with illegal music
They may get a poor quality digital music experience
Most of all they are breaking the law
One reason why people download illegally is that it is free, but another reason is that the music is usually in MP3 format and can therefore be listened to on any music device. The objective of Datz Music Lounge is to make illegal downloading a thing of the past by delivering as much music as somebody wants to listen to at an affordable cost in MP3 format.
Is there any restriction on the number of tracks I can download?
The Datz Music Lounge wants to give people access to all the music they want to listen to. The Datz Music Lounge comes with a fair usage policy. If someone was to download more music than they could reasonably listen to in a lifetime, this would contravene this policy and their membership of the lounge would be suspended, this would be an obvious misuse of the site.
What about new music that is going to be launched in the future?
Members of The Datz Music Lounge will be able to download new music during the next year. Most of the music coming out in 2009 will be available at some point within The Datz Music Lounge. The lounge will grow on a weekly basis with new artists and tracks.
The reason that Datz Music Lounge has limited chart content available is due to the all record labels wanting their artists to be eligible for the charts. If Datz Music Lounge was to give their subscribers this new material for free this would manipulate the artists position in the charts
Which record labels are involved?
The Datz Music Lounge has commercial relationships with a number of labels including Beggars, Warner Music, EMI and The Orchard, which means The Datz Music Lounge gives you access to millions of tracks from thousands of artists across the worlds leading record companies. We are actively engaged with other record companies and we want as many music companies as possible to take part in this scheme. When we sign new record companies we will load their content into The Lounge. We expect to be able to make further announcements shortly. This extra content will not affect the price to the consumer.
Does this mean that Ill have to pay more as new labels are added?
Absolutely not, once you have joined the Datz Music Lounge, you will receive all the benefits of new labels and artists joining without having to pay any extra fees
Does this mean DATZ has access to every single artist on these labels?
No. It will depend on the relationship between the record companies and their artists. What we can say is members of The Datz Music Lounge have access to millions of tracks from thousands of artists. The Lounge will continue to grow with additional songs and artists as they sign up. You can see a list of the artists that are available in The Datz Music Lounge at http://www.datzmusiclounge.com. As artists move from label to label, some labels can retain the rights to certain parts of the artists catalogue and therefore may not allow Datz Music Lounge the full catalogue of the artists work
Why does the service only last for a year?
There needs to be an end date after which people can no longer download music in order to give the service a fixed price. We believe that within a year members of the lounge can download the music they want to listen to. They will still be able to listen to everything they have downloaded forever.
When does the year start?
The year starts from the time when people register at http://www.datzmusiclounge.com. If people wish to buy The Datz Music Lounge as a Christmas present, the downloading period will only start when the product is registered on Christmas Day or later. Registration must take place by 31st December 2009

Who owns the music during the first year and beyond?
The music in The Datz Music Lounge is for personal use only. Although the music is DRM free standard copy right laws still apply.
What happens if I change my PC/Mac or lose my USB?
The software to access The Datz Music Lounge can be loaded onto two computers per purchase. This means if a computer is replaced it is possible to load the software onto a new computer. The MP3s can be transferred to any MP3 players (including iPods and mobile phones). If someone loses or damages their USB, The Datz Music Lounge will replace it with the same unique membership details and the same remaining time period.
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#2
Excellent - this is exactly what the record industry should be doing. It's the first tempting alternative to piracy I've seen.
#3
Only 8 in stock
#4
from ebuyer description
Most of the music coming out in 2009 will be available at some point within The Datz Music Lounge........... The reason that Datz Music Lounge has limited chart content available is due to the all record labels wanting their artists to be eligible for the charts. If Datz Music Lounge was to give their subscribers this new material for free this would manipulate the artist’s position in the charts


It's a good idea, but it doesn't sound like it's going to be great. Not that chart music is any good, but... it's all or nothing.
#5
Hi

First post here. Just thought I ought to point out that the Datz has been on offer in my local Sainsburys for 1/3 off for months (Weston super Mare branch) at £69.99. not sure if that's a nationwide deal, seems a funny thing for Sainsburys to sell.

My Uncle bought one of these. Works ok and the music choice is reasonable (some good stuff but lots of omissions as its only one publisher I believe).

However, they do make you jump through hoops to download stuff, you can only download tracks individually which, if you want a whole album, is very annoying. Plus the fact that the interface is clunky, the search is rubbish and it just bungs the single into its download folder without album art makes it quite user intensive.

Bottom line, if you're happy putting the effort in, its good value, not so much if you want it easy. My uncles box is not sat in my workshop un-used and he's back to iTunes.
#6
mitor
Hi

First post here. Just thought I ought to point out that the Datz has been on offer in my local Sainsburys for 1/3 off for months (Weston super Mare branch) at £69.99. not sure if that's a nationwide deal, seems a funny thing for Sainsburys to sell.

My Uncle bought one of these. Works ok and the music choice is reasonable (some good stuff but lots of omissions as its only one publisher I believe).

However, they do make you jump through hoops to download stuff, you can only download tracks individually which, if you want a whole album, is very annoying. Plus the fact that the interface is clunky, the search is rubbish and it just bungs the single into its download folder without album art makes it quite user intensive.

Bottom line, if you're happy putting the effort in, its good value, not so much if you want it easy. My uncles box is not sat in my workshop un-used and he's back to iTunes.


As for many such products/services.... Superb idea, very poor execution (sigh)
#7
The music and film industry have been ripping us off for god knows how long. The lion's share goes to the fat cat's and not to the artists. Piracy and file sharing have caused the prices to crash and if it wasn't for them we would still be paying stupid money for CDs.
#8
Well, I suspect the poor execution was by design.

Programmer " All done, works great!"

Boss "To great, make it harder to use or they'll download hundreds of tracks for nothing"

Programmer "But then it'll be harder to use than downloading torrents?"

Boss "Downloading a what?"
banned#9
JIM1973ANDREWS
The music and film industry have been ripping us off for god knows how long. The lion's share goes to the fat cat's and not to the artists. Piracy and file sharing have caused the prices to crash and if it wasn't for them we would still be paying stupid money for CDs.


So now there's no real justification for piracy and those who continue to do it are just doing it because they don't want to pay for it.
1 Like #10
There's plenty of justification for piracy. It's very important that everyone continues to download music for free until there is a fair deal out there. Don't let the RIAA make us pay for their failed business models. There is no need for the middlemen any more, they've been exploiting artists for long enough.
banned#11
tooner
There's plenty of justification for piracy. It's very important that everyone continues to download music for free until there is a fair deal out there. Don't let the RIAA make us pay for their failed business models. There is no need for the middlemen any more, they've been exploiting artists for long enough.


This is total bs I'm afraid. You're going to spend how long screwing the people who make the music you want to listen to but don't want to pay for?
#12
FilthAndFurry
So now there's no real justification for piracy and those who continue to do it are just doing it because they don't want to pay for it.


Don't quote me out of context. Thanks
#13
I think the main thing is that finally with Amazon and iTunes plus we have decent pricing on music. Digital downloads should always be cheaper than physical medium due to the legality of sharing or selling your purchases.

I'm personally very happy now we can buy single tracks for 79p (not so happy with the 99p)

Now if we could just get a sensible price to rent TV episodes (say 39p an episode) and Film (probably about £2) plus being able to watch these on your TV or iPod without jumping through hoops; I think we could say that people pirating are doing so without real justification
#14
Tooner, I agree. There is no need for the middlemen any more, they've been exploiting artists for long enough.

Essentially, it's the middle men who set the prices and rake in tehLion's share and not the artists.

I think people would be happy to pay the artists for their music directly without paying the overheads the middle men charge on top.

Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol, the band’s frontman also says if you’re a file-sharer and you know how to get music for free, “f**king go for it.”

However, those are not my sentiment's they are reportedly Gary's.
#15
Funny cause he grew up round the corner from me! Maybe it's something in the water round here.. I support artists by going to see them live.
banned#16
tooner
Funny cause he grew up round the corner from me! Maybe it's something in the water round here.. I support artists by going to see them live.


So do I - I also buy their albums.


JIM1973ANDREWS
Tooner, I agree. There is no need for the middlemen any more, they've been exploiting artists for long enough.

Essentially, it's the middle men who set the prices and rake in tehLion's share and not the artists.

I think people would be happy to pay the artists for their music directly without paying the overheads the middle men charge on top.

Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol, the band’s frontman also says if you’re a file-sharer and you know how to get music for free, “f**king go for it.”

However, those are not my sentiment's they are reportedly Gary's.


I think that maybe that's an argument a small proportion of file sharers might actually believe in, but it's a poor argument even then. Do you object to 'middle men' in other industries? Of course you don't. You may even be employed by a 'middle man'. I shop at Tesco but I'm pretty sure they don't own a Tesco farm where the chicken is raised.

The prices are fair now. Back in the days of £12.99 albums in Our Price, maybe piracy had some justification. But we won dude - celebrate.
#17
:x Oh you pirates make me laugh. You know the value of everything but nothing at the same time.

Its easy to quote someone who had the best selling CD of 2006 and so is very well off thank you very much to justify your illegal activities.

The fact is that you are stealing. The cost of music has dropped massively. I can now visit a legitimate website and purchase any album for between 5 to 8 pounds. If you can't afford that then either save up or live with out it.

I also wonder what this fantastic and fair system is which people like tooner want? As far as I can see what you mean is if I don't have to pay then its fair.

Personally I think I would respect pirates if they were just honest about it and admitted they steal the music because they think they won't get caught.
#18
Think? If we forget about the value of music for a second and concentrate on the practices by the anti-piracy people. The actions of the RIAA or companies related / working for them have shown a severe lack of morality. They have ruined peoples lives through law suites that had little / wrong evidence, they have been caught red handed in piracy themselves to pollute p2p networks and they've been involved in all sorts of other immoral or illegal practices. I refuse to help fund court cases against innocent people because of cases of mistaken identity. What use are the record companies these days anyway?
banned#20
tooner
Think? If we forget about the value of music for a second and concentrate on the practices by the anti-piracy people. The actions of the RIAA or companies related / working for them have shown a severe lack of morality. They have ruined peoples lives through law suites that had little / wrong evidence, they have been caught red handed in piracy themselves to pollute p2p networks and they've been involved in all sorts of other immoral or illegal practices. I refuse to help fund court cases against innocent people because of cases of mistaken identity. What use are the record companies these days anyway?


That shows quite a lot of naivety don't you think?
#21
I think this is an awesome deal if you like the music on offer. They seem to have the same sort of music database as Spotify - a large selection, but nor everything - you won't see bands on there that haven't agreed to it. You may be restricted to certain labels signing up but no others.

They also have an offer for £25 for 5 albums on ebuyer too

HOT HOT HOT

Think about it, I havent calculated it but its about £7.50 - £8.00 per month for this service.

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