MySpace Music is live and dumping more garbage for your kids

Heads up! MySpace Garbage… Whoops… MySpace Music has gone live and MySpace is all set to make loads of money from it.

Here’s what you can do with MySpace Music:
MySpace Music allows users to stream virtually any song ever published for free. Users can also create playlists that contain up to 100 songs and share them with others. Any song can also be downloaded in non-DRM MP3 format, for a fee, from Amazon’s music download service. And if you want that song as a ringtone, you can get it as well via Jamster.

Source: TechCrunch

I have taken a quick peek at MySpace Music and as expected, I was not at all impressed with it. It is just another lavishly designed dumpsite for the American music industry. Yuck!

To all parents out there, keep an eye on your kids and your credit cards!

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Anonymous said...

It's not live yet.

Saidul A Shaari said...


It is live. I can see it from my side all the way from Malaysia.

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