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Old 08-10-03, 11:51 AM   #26
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I was just checkin' out the Primus web site, and found this.

http://www.primussucks.com/frames/fboot.html

They have few shows you can download at the bottom of the page.
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Old 08-10-03, 07:49 PM   #27
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How good is the free EP you can DL from her website if
you buy the album??

My thing would never let me DL it.
 
Old 08-19-03, 01:16 PM   #28
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http://www.amigosinvisibles.com/engl...dia/index.html

Tons of MP3s of songs and remixes by Los Amigos Invisibles. They're a really good Venezuelan rock/funk band.
 
Old 09-28-03, 08:50 PM   #29
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Insound has a lot of independent MP3s available for download

http://insound.com/mp3/
 
Old 10-05-03, 07:06 PM   #30
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Love/Hate the classic underground LA sunset strip band from the early 90's has put ALL there albums full MP3's for free download on thier site.

Love/Hate had Jizzy Pearl as lead singer who is now the new singer for Ratt... but Love/Hate doesn't sound like Ratt much. (not that sounding like Ratt is a bad thing!)

You might remember thier MTV videos "Who Do You Think They Call It Dope" and "Blackout in the Redroom"

http://www.lovehate.com/
 
Old 12-02-03, 03:25 PM   #31
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http://www.hybridized.org/

great collection of live sets from hybrid, and several other groups
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Old 01-01-04, 06:20 PM   #32
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A service dedicated to the electronic sharing of live recordings from bands who allow the taping and trading of their music.
 
Old 01-21-04, 11:33 AM   #33
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This is a GREAT thread. I see this becoming a great database of links to legal downloadable music.

a friend sent me this site: www.soundclick.com - it looks like where bands are going since mp3.com is no more.
 
Old 02-17-04, 02:14 PM   #34
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You'll need RealAudio but here is a set of six downloads from the first two solo albums of Mr Bill Ward the Black Sabbath drummer: http://www.billward.com/sounds.html

FWIW I have both albums and, from the selection, particularly enjoy "Please Help Mummmy (She's a Junky)".
 
Old 02-20-04, 12:21 AM   #35
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Erase errata has some

http://www.eraseerrata.com/

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Old 03-02-04, 05:41 PM   #36
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Update on the Norah Jones site, there are 4 new mp3s that you can find in your temporary internet files after you listen to them through her website. Not really sure if these are considered 'legal' or not but it seems that way to me.
 
Old 03-05-04, 01:08 PM   #37
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www.jasonmraz.com/audio.html has a bunch of MP3s.
 
Old 03-05-04, 01:51 PM   #38
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http://www.marcbroussard.com/

Click on the Music Tab at the top. 8 songs available for download.
 
Old 03-15-04, 09:49 PM   #39
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A link to an mp3 of a track from Sabbath drummer Bill Ward's long-awaited third solo abum can be found here: http://www.billward.com/news.html
 
Old 03-17-04, 10:33 AM   #40
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You can get George Michael's version of Don McLean's 'The Grave' from here:
http://www.aegean.net/thegrave/thegrave.zip

Aegean is GM's official website.
Also, GM is planning to release all future tracks for free over the internet: "because he did not need the money and wanted to be less famous."
He "would "really like to have something on the internet with charitable donation optional, where anyone can download my music for free"."

I'm not a big fan of his music, but this is pretty cool.
I can't find any info on the official website about it.

Someone above mentioned Inkubus Sukkubus--I love them. Pretty cool up-tempo gothic/Wiccan-themed music. I don't get all the Wiccan references, but I do like the music. And they do a couple great covers of 'Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves' and 'Paint in Black'.
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Old 04-02-04, 09:15 AM   #41
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Here's my old band (I quit 6 months ago):

www.tearusapart.com

they have a few MP3's most of which still feature me on bass. for fans of husker du, thursday, jawbreaker, rival schools, etc.
 
Old 04-09-04, 09:09 PM   #42
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There's a treasure trove of crazy shit waiting for you at http://webjay.org/

Read about this site on Wired news today.

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Music Gurus Scout Out Free Tunes By Katie Dean
Story location: http://www.wired.com/news/digiwood/0,1412,62982,00.html

02:00 AM Apr. 09, 2004 PT

After receiving e-mails from friends filled with lists of URLs pointing to songs on various websites, programmer Lucas Gonze thought there oughta be a way to listen to the tunes in one continuous stream.

An idea was born.

So Gonze built Webjay, a site where users can build their own playlists of free music -- like a mix tape -- and share them with other fans. The site doesn't host the songs, but it pulls together the URLs for each track and puts them in a playlist format.

Anyone can contribute. The site relies on the participation of music fans to find and vet cool tunes. People can stream a set list or download individual tracks.

"What we're finding on Webjay is, if you provide the tools to make it easy and you provide the community, then you find a ton of fantastic music that you've never heard of," said Gonze, who refers to the process of finding songs as a scavenger hunt across the Web. "There's way too much stuff for everyone to go through. But it's easy if one person finds one great song and shares it."

Webjay's collection spans musical genres from punk, blues and electronica to gospel and oldies from Eastern Europe.

"What you can't point to is hit songs," Gonze said. "There's no Eminem, there's no Britney."

The site does not support links to pirated or unauthorized music. Links to such songs will be taken down.

Gonze said about 100 people have contributed playlists to Webjay since the site went up in February. The operation is still small, but visitors to the site have nearly tripled in the last month, he said.

Webjay regular Brett Singer, a New York theater producer and computer consultant, builds playlists in his spare time. He's created more than 50 collections with titles like Song-a-Day, a list made up of songs he has chosen each day for the past two months. On March 28, he had a seaweed treatment, so he chose a song by the group Seaweed Soup. He picked a song called "Party Party" on the occasion of his kid's birthday party.

Some of the mixes have a political bent. Singer pulled together collections of remixes based on Howard Dean's now-infamous yell at the Iowa caucuses, and a playlist of songs with "testify" in the title, dedicated to Condi Rice. Songs on the "testify" list range from Christian gospel music to Rage Against the Machine.

"My break at work used to be mini golf (on the computer)," Singer said. "This has taken the place of that and it is infinitely more fun."

There's no set formula for finding music on the Web. Singer's strategy is to search AltaVista for MP3 links. He frequently adds pictures to his playlists using the Google image search tool. The pictures are accessible only if a person uses RealPlayer.

Singer has found free tracks that bands provide as a promotional tool, for instance. He has linked to tracks on MacJams.com, a community of musicians who use Apple Computer's GarageBand software. And the Live Music Archive on the Internet Archive website has also been a great resource.

Other good sources of MP3s are Epitonic.com and Internet music labels like Magnatune.

"You'll listen to a lot of stuff and all of a sudden you'll hear a gem," Gonze said.

Singer's most bizarre find was a set of MP3s that combine a reading of Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles with techno beats.

Musician Dan Phillips was pleased to see his song, "Let it Snow," included in one of the playlists.

"It's flattering to see that someone else has found it and enjoyed it," Phillips said.

Webjay is a nice change from Clear Channel-dominated radio, he said. However, "it would be nice to have some link to the artist's site in some intuitive fashion," he said.

Singer said that the project has revived his interest in music.

"I was really surprised by how much free -- and not pirated free -- music there is out there," Singer said.

But free is no guarantee of quality.

"You have to be ruthless. There's so much bad stuff," Gonze said.
 
Old 04-28-04, 01:42 PM   #43
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Apparently right now, Itunes is offering a free download song every Tuesday. Today's tune is My Hero by the Foo Fighters.
 
Old 04-28-04, 05:11 PM   #44
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Stole from FW:

Apparently right now, Itunes is offering a free download song every Tuesday. Today's tune is My Hero by the Foo Fighters.
Not just Tuesday, I just downloaded it today
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Old 04-29-04, 02:28 AM   #45
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Actually to celebrate the one-year anniversary of iTunes Music Store, they will be offering different song for free each day for the next week (8 artists total). Today's free song is My Hero by Foo Fighters. It should still be available for a few hours more, and then it will be replaced by tomorrow's free song. The remaining artists for this birthday celebration are Avril Lavigne, Courtney Love, Annie Lennox, Jane's Addiction, Counting Crows, Renee Fleming and Nelly Furtado.

After the birthday celebration, the iTunes Music Store will continue to offer a 'Free Single of the Week' from up-and-coming bands, "spotlighting emerging artists and offering iTunes customers a risk-free way to discover new music."

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Old 04-29-04, 06:00 AM   #46
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Today's free song at iTMS is Avril Lavigne's single, Take Me Away.
 
Old 04-29-04, 09:54 AM   #47
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I just got an email from iTunes explaining it. Good thing I checked or I would have missed the Foo song.
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Old 06-24-04, 06:37 PM   #48
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ninjatune rotates mp3's of their artists, live performances, and mixes on their website www.ninjatune.com
also, anyone in the D.C. area, the Washington Post's site has a very large section devoted towards reviewing local acts in the D.C./MD/Va area and they include full MP3's for download.
Echelon Productions also has a ton of mp3s from their artists, and their artists put up mixtapes you can stream and some for download. Blake9's mixtape Mixtape Mix 2.03 is on CandleWax Record's page and worth a listen.
 
Old 07-14-04, 08:21 PM   #49
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norahjones.com has some updated songs in the player... Same as before!
 
Old 07-15-04, 06:22 PM   #50
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There are free whole albums by Xorcist, which is kind of an atmospheric electro type sounding band. Basically all his stuff sounds like the score to a weird horror movie. a little more than half down the page are links to the full albums:

SOUL REFLECTION, SCORCHED BLOOD, PHANTOMS,
BITCHES EP, DAMNED SOULS, plus singles off his other works and some remixes for other artists.

http://www.cyberden.com/xorcist/releases.html

For the lazy here is a link to a couple songs directly for yas to check out.

Scorched Blood
http://www.cyberden.com/xorcist/Soul...ched_blood.mp3

a cover of Prince's "1999" http://www.cyberden.com/xorcist/xorcist_1999.mp3
 
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