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iTunes presents "What’s The Download", which features iTunes

noviembre 25, 2019

"What’s The Download" an institutional site that promotes the virtues of digital legal music in the United States.

We provide the most up-to-date list of sites that operate legally in the USA for the sale of music files and that respect specific rights and duties, including the most prominent quotes of the iTunes Music Store (leader in the USA as elsewhere) but also Napster, brought for example as sites where you can buy songs, while as regards the streaming of songs, Real Rhapsody is cited.

Currently iTunes is the "site" of the month for "What’s The Download" and on the Apple site there is the banner of the other, exchanging links and courtesies.

Below the "legal" list divided by online sites (although Apple would like to point out that the iTunes Music Store is not a site but a jukebox) and other categories:

iTunes Music StoreMusicmatchMusic NowNapsterRhapsody

AmazonBarnes and NobleBordersBest BuyCircuit CityTargetWalmart

AOL MusicArtist DirectBuy MusicAudio CandyCats MusicBesonicCompact Disc WorldCorner BandCorner CDDMusicDimples MusicEmusicExitos MusicalFace the MusicFYEGallery of Soundgarage BandGig AmericaIndependent RecordInstavidIUMALatin NoiseLiquidAudioMainstreetMatador RecordsMIRA CoalitionMusic Millennium (email protected) MusicNOWMusic RebellionNetscape MusicNew World RecordPeople SoundQuonset HutRasputinMusicRealPlayer Music StoreRecord and Tape TraderSam GoodySpinnerStreamwavesTop Hits MusicTower RecordsVitaminICWindows Media

BETBillboardMTVRolling StoneSpinUrbVHIVibe

BMG EntertainmentEMI GroupSony Music EntertainmentUniversal Music GroupWarner Bros. Music

Extra! Gibson GuitarsGRAMMY.comJamsterMusic Alive! Rock the Vote

This time the inclusion in the list of Vitaminic (VitaminIC), the Italian site that for years also involved at an international level in the sale of digital music, stands out. We recall instead that MusicUnited (the site of the RIAA – Recording Industry Association of America, the phonographs) did not list it at his birth and still does not consider it legal.