If you love music, you have to check out lala.com. Not only can you trade CD's for approx. $1.00, its also a great way to list out all of your CD's (although if you have CD's that are indies or on small record labels, they might not yet be in lala's database). I've done a ton of successful trades. It's a great way to get rid of CD's you don't listen to any more and get some you have been wanting on the cheap! Very cool!
Upload songs you "own" for free and store them on the internet! Accessible anytime, anywhere! Or buy new songs for a buck each. *Extra Info: One of the coolest things to happen to online music since the introduction of iTun... Upload songs you "own" for free and store them on the internet! Accessible anytime, anywhere! Or buy new songs for a buck each. *Extra Info: One of the coolest things to happen to online music since the introduction of iTunes. Lala is a web based music service that allows users to either listen to their libraries through a browser or download non-DRM tracks for wherever listening. You can listen to any track or album once through for free, after that it costs just 10 cents to listen to a track unlimited through a browser or 89 cents to download it for fair use. If that's not a big enough draw, each new account gets 50 free tracks and Lala offers an application that will scan your existing music library and add any track that you already own to your Lala. With over 6 million tracks available, it's completely changing the way that cool kids consume music at the office.
if you want to hear great music-an eclectic mix of music, here's the place. in december they have a great holiday playlist too...