If you are a Def Leppard fan (and a law-abiding citizen), you have been painfully denied your favorite jams due to a dispute between the band and Universal, their former label.
YouTube's got millions of songs on its servers, and now, thanks to Vevo, a hefty slice of them are totally aboveboard. In DIsco, YouTube's built an official, media-player-like front-end for all this music, with a Pandora-like discovery tool.
Pandora's old pay service was nothing to write home about; or more accurately, it was nothing to pay for. Pandora One, their new, $36/y premium option, at least tries to give you your money's worth.
Yes, Yahoo! Music Store's shutting down their DRM servers, but Big Purple's said that it'll definitely still be taking care of its customers. According to a Yahoo spokesperson, anyone who bought DRM music from the store "will be compensated for whatever they paid." No word on timetables or what form the compensation…