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Fill Up Your MP3 Player With 50 Albums Under $5

   Hey all you live band musicians out there. I know a lot of you recieved brand new MP3 players for Christmas and I’m sure you’re itching to fill your new player up with some excellent music. Today I’m going to give you some ideas about what to load on your new MP3 player.

   First of all, check out the Live Musician Central subject category called Live Band Set Lists. I’ve put together complete Setlists for you to download and load on your MP3 player. You can use these set lists as a source for song selection to learn in your live band. You can also keep these set lists on your MP3 player and use them for break music at your gigs. It’s always a good idea to have a lot of proven songs on your player at gigs so you can fill some audience requests while your band is taking a break.

   Another great way to fill up your new MP3 player is with this current killer deal from Amazon.com. Amazon is making 50 complete albums available to download for the low price of Five Dollars apiece. That’s a great way to get some new music to enjoy on your new player.

   Amazon.com MP3’s have several advantages over iTunes. First of all, you don’t need any special software to download the music from Amazon.com. Amazon’s MP3’s are all ripped at a high quality 256kbps so they sound incredibly good. They are also all DRM free so you can load them on as many players as you would like.

   Amazon.com also has a lot of free MP3 downloads that you can get so you can check out some new music for absolutely no money. You just can’t getting music legally, for free! So today, I’m recommending downloading some great music from Amazon.com that will work on any MP3 player including Zunes, iPhones and iPods.

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