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Submission + - Major label music in MP3 format scoops Apple

An anonymous reader writes: Michael Robertson seems to have scooped Steve Job by launching a service selling albums of major label music in MP3 format at . Albums are 9.95+ and all tracks are instantly loaded into a permanent locker without DRM so they can streamed, downloaded and there's a utility which will auto-load directly into iTunes for Mac and Win. Maybe the labels want real competition for iTunes? All the details are at:

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