A.T. asks from Dallas, TX on September 18, 2009
Can anyone recommend a website I can download music for free or a reasonable price AND is safe? I have a bunch of songs I'd like to put on a cd. Thanks gals!
L.R. answers from Dallas on September 21, 2009
I don't know that I would trust limewire.com. My friend's girls were using that site and it ended up locking their computer down with a bunch of viruses. The tech that fixed her computer said they all came about because of limewire.com.
W.S. answers from Amarillo on October 13, 2009
Definitely no to limewire. Our previous computer crashed 2 days after we received our new one because of limewire. I use walmart.com and I love it. They are not much at all and you can buy an entire album for sometimes as low as $5.
S.H. answers from Dallas on September 19, 2009
Itunes is cheap and you can pay for Napster. Limewire.com also has a version you can pay for. That's the one most people I know use.
B.P. answers from Abilene on September 18, 2009
You can download MP3 files from Walmart.com for as low as $0.64.
A.M. answers from Dallas on September 18, 2009
I wouldn't do that. That's technically stealing music. Nothing is free. Those websites are sometimes sued by record companies and they have to hand over the names/IP (computer) addresses of the customers that downloaded the "free" music. Regular people have been sued for doing this.
You can buy downloadable songs from iTunes (itunes.com) for a cheap price per song.... older songs are usually 99 cents each.... newer ones $1.29 each.
The artists that make these songs are producing a product ... so they are entitled to get paid for their work. We wouldn't go to the store and steal a candy bar off the shelf. So stealing music isn't right either.
C.B. answers from Dallas on September 19, 2009
I use Amazon. They aren't free, but are reasonably priced.
C.H. answers from Dallas on September 20, 2009
My husband gets them from www.gomusicnow.com