An article I first saw today from The Register.  It turns out that eMusic are launching a subscription service which allows you to download MP3s – so NO DRM – hurrah, so obviously the tracks can be kept and used even once the the subscription has ended.


On top of this, the track pricing is very competitive at 22p (~$0.42) each.  So more expensive than the ever so slightly dubious AllOfMP3, but notably cheaper than iTunes.  Most importantly at a price where downloading is cheaper than buying the physical media when it comes to an entire album – something that deeply irritates me with iTunes where the price of a downloaded album is no cheaper than purchasing the physical media.