Downloading free music over the internet is considered to be illegal in many countries. It is a form of music piracy. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) specialises in targeting music files which are feely available via the internet downloaded by using the peer-to-peer software. Napster, a popular peer-to-peer software, was sued by RIAA on December, 7, 1999, as the software enabled users to download music files off other users' machines. There are similar organisations in other countries trying to curb music piracy on the internet such as British Phonographic Industry (BPI) in the UK, Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) in Canada, Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) in Australia.
Despite the existence of these organisations, music files are still downloaded freely through various means.
To download free music, you would need to have a high-speed broadband Internet connection and a good music player. It is possible to download free music legally by logging on to any of the reputed music-related websites on the Internet even if you have a dial-up connection. However, the main drawback that a dial-up Internet connection has over a high-speed broadband Internet connection is that the former is slow, and you might have to wait for a duration of anything between a period of about ten minutes and a period of about 20 minutes in order to just download one song.
On the other hand, the main advantage that a DSL Internet connection or a high-speed broadband Internet connection has over a dial-up Internet connection is that the former is faster than the latter. One of the most popular websites which you can log on to in order to download free music is Winamp.
HMV offer downloads on their website. Visit hmv.co.uk, and click on the 'Downloads' tab. You can browse through various categories to find an album or single that you would like to download.
Once you have selected n album or single click on 'Click here to download'. For albums, you don't necessarily have to download the whole album. You can download individual tracks for the album by ticking the box for the tracks that you wish to download. It is usually around £0.79 per track. When you have ticked the tracks you wish to download, click on 'Buy' to purchase them.
You can also have unlimited access to songs by signing up for HMV Unlimited, which costs £14.99 per month. With this, you have unlimited access to 2 million tacks, and you can receive a free trial if you wish to try it out.
Go ahead on to www.download.com and then type in the word (mp3 rocket).
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mp3 Rocket is the one that I use.
I'm looking for the song 'Looks are everything' by Rose Falcon. What site would have that for free? I've looked all over the place for it...
By downloading bearshare! duh! you go to bearshare.com and you find the free version it is simple really.