View Full Version : Download: DRM-free mp3 ad-supported download site tries to succeed where SpiralFrog failed

02-03-2010, 08:45 PM
That said, FreeAllMusic is no Pandora. The company's business model more closely resembles SpiralFrog's, which also gave away downloads. SpiralFrog's songs, however, were wrapped in digital rights management.

According to a press release, FreeAllMusic says it will give users DRM-free MP3s that are paid for by advertisers. The only catch is that users must agree to watch "one brief video commercial" per download.

SpiralFrog was a site that let you download DRM-encrusted WMA files of mainstream music, legitimately. Their catalog was puny.

http://freeAllMusic.com is supposed to be similar but you get DRM-free MP3 files.

I signed up to receive an invite, we'll see how it works out.