Last chance to save MP3.Com music

Millions of songs from independent and aspiring musicians will disappear from the Internet Dec. 2 when CNET takes over MP3.Com. The company won't be keeping the site's vast catalog of music files, which has to be one of the largest digitized collections of music on the planet.


Where's the Google Cache/Wayback Machine when you really need it?

If the Wayback Machine or Google Cache actually cached/archived the mp3's themselves, they would be committing copyright infringement. That's unauthorized duplication and distribution.

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