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June 25, 2010

Fairsharemusic new charity music downloading service

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by Darren Allan

Fairsharemusic is a new music sharing service with charitable ambitions.

It works much like any MP3 downloading store, with the notable exception that half of the site’s profits are given to various charities.

These include the British Heart Foundation, Great Ormond Street, Oxfam, Sue Ryder, the WWF, NSPCC and Amnesty amongst others.

You can choose which charity you wish to donate to from a list of good causes the site supports, or simply elect to have the donation resulting from your purchase split across them all.

Pricing for the tracks starts at 79 pence, and there certainly seem to be some bargains to be had on the album front, with for example Time Flies 1994-2009 from Oasis pitched at a fiver (for 26 tracks).

The Fairsharemusic site is currently in beta, and claims that it offers an expansive total of over 8.5 million songs.

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