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Music Search: Finding Music Tracks, MP3 Downloads, and Song Lyrics

Music tracks, MP3 downloads, and song lyrics are all over the Internet. The easy availability of free music on the Internet has been a source of major controversy for the past several years. Despite efforts of the recording industry, the Internet continues to abound with sites that allow you to find music tracks and download songs and music for free. Some music search sites can be used to locate lyrics; others sound files; some both. Some sites provide this information for free; others for a fee. Some of the file-sharing sites, like Napster, have been forced by litigation to change the way they operate. Some provide music downloads on a pay per song basis. Most online stores, like Amazon and Sony.com, provide sample tracks for free to encourage you to purchase the full CD. Many sites continue to violate copyright and provide illegal full-length song and CD downloads. Use such resources at your own risk. If you'd like to know more about MP3 or MP3 players, check out this MP3 Buyer's Guide (link will open in a new window).