FreeAllMusic says Universal

The new venture is currently in a beta testing period and allows music fans to download five tracks a week for free.

The tracks are legal, high-quality and DRM free and users can even choose the company that advertises to them. The advertising revenue earned will fund the artists and labels in much the same way as paid downloads.

FreeAllMusic CEO Richard Nailling says, "For the first time, a legitimate free music download service is making 'doing the right thing' ...

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