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Amazon.com will start selling songs from the massive library of Sony BMG in a format free of restrictions on copying and playback -- a major victory for the e-tailer's fledging music store and another sign that digital rights management controls on premium digital music may soon be a thing of the past. Sony BMG becomes the fourth and final major label to turn its music collection over to Amazon MP3, the site Amazon launched late last year as an all DRM-free alternative to Apple's iTunes Music Store.
I have been using the Amazon mp3 site quite a bit lately. It is really slick, smooth fast, well priced for what I want.