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Where can I download music legally?
When it comes to where you can download music, the real question is where can't you download music. The fact is, the growing market of music downloads has prompted many businesses, including, MTV and even Walmart to open online music download shops. While they offer their content on the AAC file format instead of MP3, I-Tunes has taken the lead in music downloads with help from the popular Ipod music player.

The business has gotten so large that even companies that normally sell other products, like Coca-Cola now also sell music. Napster, which once provided the means to download music illegally, now offers both legal downloads and Napster-branded music players.

Services range from low priced individual song downloads to subscription services that allow many (or even unlimited) downloads per month. Some services even charge by the size of the file.

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