ITunes or Amazon, I guess. I'm not sure, I buy physical copies of albums and rarely ever purchase digital copies.
You can retrieve them through Amazon cloud player i believe
You can? I'll have to double check. The last time I used it I couldn't retrieve my song but maybe they've since updated it. Thank you!
Yeah ,i just checked again,and you can download them repeatedly ,so it stores them basically, but you have to load them into it when you download,it gives you the option.
Oh, okay. Thanks then. I'll have to take advantage of the cloud feature and amend my comment.
Rhapsody is a great site too :)
every song is on youtube but it'll be downloaded as video...to make it audio theres a free software....http://www.pcfreetime.com/ download it and convert the song in mp3 and enjoy...works fine for me....don't have to dig deeper for a song...:))
www.flvto.com for the newer songs
www.youtube-mp3.org for the older songs(its faster than the top one, but it shows a copyright thing when you convert the newer songs but still works for older songs.)
mp3juices or www.youtube-mp3.org
The best legal sites are Itunes, Rhapsody and Amazon. I use itunes and Rhapsody.
aimini.net I've been using that one for years. It's safe...Trust me.
None are safe,that is where a lot of computer hackers work,and the record companies also have people who infect music files. So its very risky,and you can end up with crashes and serious problems on your PC .It happened to me, the days of free music are virtually over.
illegally downloading is just too risky. Rhapsody is a great site, I love it!
frostwire, its not a bad site