Get 120 free MP3 albums from Amazon
Who says you can't get something (in this case DRM-free tracks by the truckload) for nothing? Amazon's free-album library has a little something for everyone.
You know what I like? Free stuff. Especially free music, like the kind Amazon seems to have in abundance these days.
For example, right now you can score a whopping 120 MP3 albums at no charge. Gratis. Nada. Zilch. Freebie.
Note: These are albums, not songs. And they cover a wide range of genres, from classical to comedy to Indian music to pop. I particularly like the 26-track "I Love the '80s, Vol.1 (1880s)," which features works from Brahms, Dvorak, and Mahler, among others.
If this sounds a bit familiar, it's because in the past I've mentioned Amazon's free-MP3 catalog, which currently contains just under 1,400 tracks.
There might be some overlap between those individual tracks and what you'll find in the albums; I'm not sure. But I do find browsing the free albums a lot easier than browsing the free songs.
Either way, it's all free, so it's all good. You'll need Amazon's MP3 Downloader utility (Windows only, alas available for Windows, Mac, and Linux), which can deliver your downloads straight to your iTunes or Windows Media Player library.