New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ eMusic)
eMusic.com is offering a free trial as well as a $10 music credit (up to 20 free mp3 downloads) for signing up. Brian F, an eMusic subscriber, says: "I've been a member for several years, ever since a friend showed me around the site. I've used eMusic at least once a week since. There is just nothing out there that comes close to all-around value of eMusic."
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eMusic is a discovery-and-download destination like no other. They're not just amassing singles but cultivating a unique music collection. eMusic's catalog of 13+ million songs includes releases from both major and independent labels.
Since Dimensional Associates acquired eMusic in late 2003, the service has risen from relative obscurity to become the No. 2 digital music service, second only to iTunes, in the number of downloads it sells each month.
Rolling Stone Magazine has said: "Music fans are are migrating to eMusic, the iTunes music store's cheaper, cooler cousin".
eMusic is blazing a new trail in music discovery and has the only business model and consumer offering that's substantially different from every other digital music service. Its editorial content rivals that of the best online or offline music publications, and its multiple channels for "discovering music," including PowerCharts, eMusic Dozens and eMusic Neighbors, set an industry standard. Its 13,000,000 unprotected MP3s are playable on any device in the marketplace, including the iPod(R).
"eMusic has proven that there is a meaningful market segment of customers seeking music beyond the commercial mainstream," said David
Pakman, the CEO of eMusic. "The other major services have built excellent search engines for music-they work very well if you know exactly what you want. eMusic is built around the promise and potential of discovering quality music of many different flavors.
We provide true context, meaningful interpretation and guidance and trusted recommendations from human experts across a broad selection of genres. Our approach is to introduce customers to a wide range of music; ultimately this approach fosters industry growth, not simply the replacement of existing physical sales."
eMusic's 13 million track strong catalog includes the largest digital selection of Johnny Cash
available and coveted tracks from the likes of Ray Charles, Frank Zappa, Coldplay, Roy Orbison, Bjork, Laura
Cantrell, The Kinks, Chuck D, Mickey Hart, The Strokes, Santana, The Decemberists, Rod Stewart, Credence Clearwater Revival, and even 50 Cent.
Its relationships with the world's leading independent labels including Koch Records, Sun Records, Smithsonian Folkways, Merge Records, Nettwork Records, Rykodisc, Razor & Tie and hundreds of other genre-leading labels, ensure an unsurpassed breadth of content that leads the industry.
Noel R, an eMusic subscriber, says: "eMusic has become my first stop shop for up and coming independent musicians. I continue to be astounded by the depth of available classic rock, jazz and world music."