When Amazon launched their US-only audio download store, they launched it as a DRM-free product, which means you can do whatever you want with your purchased audio tracks (by 'anything', we mean you can store them on any device or any computer, as long as you keep them to yourself), in the same way you have complete control over your purchased CDs.
Now Amazon UK have launched their DRM-free audio store, which are recorded at a high 256Kbps, supplied as an industry standard MP3 file and they claim they have a million tracks. For example, the latest Take That album "The Circus" was £3 for the entire album, the last time we checked.
Amazon UK digital audio store link.
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