eMusic 2.0 as relaunched music site adds YouTube & Wikipedia

Digital Music, Web 2.0, Websites

e-music.jpgThe mercifully DRM-free music download service eMusic has relaunched its website today and gone all web 2.0 on our arse with addition of both YouTube and Wikipedia content.

The updated album page will show you music videos, information on the piece itself and copy associated with it on the internet through the use of an addition editorial widget, as well, of course, as the tracks for download themselves.

But the fun doesn’t end there. Users can now also directly share their findings with friends on any of the top social networking communities by bookmarking the album page or adding them to their feeds. On top of all this, eMusic has promised to add a new feature to their 2.0 site each end every month, presumably until they run out of ideas.


Unfortunately, you still have to pay for the service but your first 50 are still free when you join here in the UK. Worth a look for that alone.


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Daniel Sung
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