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CrimsonBay: A new download service dedicated to Indian music

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 04 Feb 2005 22:54 User comments (1)

CrimsonBay: A new download service dedicated to Indian music Online music download stores are becoming more popularly by the day now with most of the worlds record labels licensing their content to services such as iTunes and Napster, now a new service, CrimsonBay, aims to offer Indian music to the download market. Initially the store will offer a catalogue of tracks that is nowhere near the worlds biggest download services but still managing to hit 40,000. Currently the store is offering memorable songs from films such as "Umrao Jaan", "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge", "Aradhana" and artists such as Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Bally Sagoo and Rishi Rich.
The store has a very user-friendly interface which is vital to gather customers and make sure that they will come back. "We envision CrimsonBay initially establishing itself as the premier online marketplace for Indian music similar to iTunes, and subsequently becoming the leading provider of digital downloads for all digital content from India-music, music videos, ring tones and films." said Sunil K. Singh, a member of the board of directors of CrimsonBay Inc, "We foresee tremendous potential in this space, driven by the popularity of portable devices such as MP3 players and Portable Media Centres. Service providers such as CrimsonBay will play an increasingly important and influential role in helping deliver this content to consumers."


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