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Universal tracks going DRM-free on Saturn

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 01 Sep 2008 18:47 User comments (3)

Universal tracks going DRM-free on Saturn The German retailer Saturn has announced that it will begin selling music in their online music store free of DRM.
After the announcement the company noted that they had become Europe's first reseller to offer all of Universal Music Group's library DRM-free. For the time being, Universal will be the only label to have all their music available DRM-free in Saturn's store but others are expected soon.

Saturn will offer 215,000 Universal tracks in the best quality available for MP3, 320k VBR.

The tracks are offered for the equivalent of $1.15 USD.

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3 user comments

11.9.2008 21:55

Always nice to read about new DRM-free stores...

22.9.2008 3:39

drm free from universal? this wont last, universal will end up suing them for all profits, and "lost" profits.

311.9.2008 21:48

I had to laugh at first when I read the subject. "They're offering it DRM-free on Saturn?" I'm thinking, "What about here on Earth?!" LOL

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