Napster unleashes a-la-carte, DRM-free MP3 store

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Napster unleashes a-la-carte, DRM-free MP3 store

Heads up, MP3 lovers, because Naptser launched its DRM-free music store today. As promised to throngs of fans, the historical pirate network has converted its entire music catalog of an impressive six million songs into MP3s to be sold at $.99 each or $9.95 for albums. Subscribers will remain in DRM land, however, so don't go getting any crazy ideas.
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