Originally Posted by pedro
I'm a big proponent of Rhapsody. For $15 a month I can listen to just about whatever I want, download to my non ipod player and if I really want to own something I can then purchase a non DRM version.
I second the Rhapsody recommendation. I'm now on my fifth year as a Rhapsody-to-go subscriber. It's well worth the money now that I'm allowed to have an .mp3 player at work.
The way I look at it is this: for one annual fee, I can dump my entire 8gb .mp3 player collection and legally put $1600 of new music on it at no cost. I can do this as many times as I want and often do about once a month.
Also, any time someone says, "check out this band", I can do so instantly and legally.