“According to an e-mail sent to prior customers of BuyMusic.com, the online store will become ‘integrated’ with its parent site, Buy.com, within several days. What this means to the fate of what was once called ‘The World’s Largest Download Music Store’ is unclear,” Michael Simon reports for SpyMac.com.
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BuyMusic.com founder Scot Blum’s new ‘Yub.com’ features Apple iTunes Music Store – March 03, 2005
Windows iPod owner laments buying incompatible music from Buymusic.com – September 20, 2003
Does Apple have a copyright-infringement case against BuyMusic.com ads? – August 12, 2003
Another columnist piles on poor BuyMusic.com – August 05, 2003
BuyMusic.com ‘a dumber rip-off of a beautifully executed Apple idea’ – August 05, 2003
Mercury News: BuyMusic.com ‘like a ratty discount store with clueless salespeople’ – July 31, 2003
BuyMusic.com blocks Mac users – July 25, 2003
Houston Chronicle: ‘iTunes Music Store is the Rolls-Royce of online music, BuyMusic.com is a Yugo’ – July 25, 2003
BuyMusic.com not compatible with Apple iPod; founder expects to sell 1 million songs per day – July 22, 2003
BuyMusic.com launches; founder says Steve Jobs ‘a visionary, but he’s on the wrong platform’ – July 22, 2003