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A new project called Free All Music allows users to download up to five good quality mp3s a week at no cost.


Hunter Clarke at Gadgetell recently reviewed Free All Music, an invitation-only website which allows you to download five songs a week, remove DRM, and use it in programs like iTunes, for free.

The website uses advertising – specifically, requiring you to watching a video ad (you can choose from a selection) before downloading your tune. Clarke points out that while five tunes a week doesn’t seem like much, it could add up to $20 a month you might have spent on iTunes instead.

Try it out for yourself by heading to Free All Music and clicking Request an Invitation, then let us know how it goes in the comments section!