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I’m pretty far behind on the blogging lately, let’s see…

Amazon launched their DRM-free MP3 download service – good news for anyone who hates DRM. The implementation is nice, the player’s decent. Things I don’t know: a) how my music got in there b) how they decided on $6.99 for the price of my album (which is a dollar more than 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’) and c) how much I earn out of the sales. Seeing as though I earn about $6.50 from each iTunes album sale I assume this’ll be significantly less riches for me.

I’m pretty into Hype Machine lately. My friend Ryan‘s been bringing me up to speed on the blog house scene. I really don’t have the time or patience or really anything to keep up with things so I’m relying on aggregators to do it. Of course now I’m thinking about writing my own as making web sites to enable my own laziness is sort of a passion of mine.

I think I could watch this Cadbury ad about one, maybe two thousand more times:

I think this is the first time I’ve ever been happy to hear Phil Collins.

Posted on - September 27, 2007 [at] 1:06 pm by Brad
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3 Comments on this post

Josh Woodward on Amazon hype & gorillas
September 27, 2007 at 9:36 pm

Did you sign up with digital distribution on CDBaby? That’s where my Amazon stuff comes from. Good question on the price, though. I was curious about that myself.

Brad on Amazon hype & gorillas
September 28, 2007 at 7:35 am

I did but then I read a lot of articles claiming the CD Baby catalog wasn’t in Amazon. Ah junno.

victor on Amazon hype & gorillas
September 28, 2007 at 10:47 am

100% of the magnatune catalog is there, could have been through them — and the cut after magnatune’s chop should be special too. ;)

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