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Tag Archives: eMusic
They do say you learn something new every day. This morning, biding my time before a trip to the National Cryptologic Museum, I made my monthly eMusic choices. Stuck with a little over $6 to spend and no clear sense … Continue reading
This past Christmas, I received about $80 or so in iTunes gift cards. Without any apps or video games whetting my appetite, I ended up purchasing a good deal of music, filling in some of the gaps left hollow by … Continue reading
As I mentioned last month, I am an eMusic user whose gripes with the service are growing. Yet, I’m still there and my purchasing power reloaded this week, so I went on my monthly musical shopping spree. Here’s what I got … Continue reading
I first joined eMusic in 2006, back when it was “completely devoted to the discovery of new or established independent artists.” When I joined, the deal was that in exchange for roughly $20 a month I could download 90 tracks. … Continue reading