iMesh launches legal P2P service with a 17-million track library

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 As previously expected, iMesh has finally launched their legal  music download service, where consumers can purchase songs by the track or  subscription.  The new version 6 of iMesh offers...
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That’s progress for ya. Prior to this, when you’d look up stuff from Sony’s catalog you’d see multiple listings – but they’d be looped 30 second samples (various 2+MB lengths so you would think you were getting the full track). Now we can actually get those songs? (and FWIW, the album I was trying to snag stuff from cost less from Sony’s online store than buying the individual tracks for a buck.)