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Custom CDs at retail stores

Written by Jari Ketola @ 26 Aug 2000 18:11 announced that it is going to make the world's largest collection of music available to music retail stores. The company has developed a database with over 2 million titles, which is unique in it's size and content. will market and distribute this collection of music to retailers globally focusing primarily on music retail stores in North America, Japan and Europe and to their walk-in customers. The thought of being able to walk into a record store, choose my favourite songs, and get them burned on a CD - apparently also in MP3 format. It's just like Napster - only legal. Since there are virtually no distribution costs, the prices should also be very competitive indeed.
We'll get back to the topic when the company actually opens up their pages.

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