Did you see this?
>Warner Music has bent beneath the force of the anti-DRM winds sweeping the globe. The label will now offer its complete catalog, DRM-free, through Amazon’s new MP3 store.
>The announcement means that EMI, Universal, and Warner now offer their catalogues in DRM-free digital formats, making Sony BMG (of rootkit fame) the lone holdout among the majors. Amazon now claims to offer for than 2.9 million songs in MP3 format from over 33,000 unique labels.
More and more I find myself buying from Amazon instead of iTunes. It’s easy, the price is the same (or cheaper…did I mention all the Holiday tracks I found for free?), the quality is better and no DRM.
Did I mention that the ENTIRE Led Zepplin catalog was recently added to Amazon. Just like iTunes, but higher quality and no DRM.
I think I’ll stick with Amazon for a while. Works just fine with my iPod.[via]