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Q: Can you recommend some websites for downloading songs onto my MP3 player?

* One of my students is helping me with this but he says some of the songs are older and harder to find.  ie. itunes.com,youku.com,etc. Thank you! Rock on! 

10 years 13 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Daqing

 
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Baidu has a great option to find mp3s and downloading easily. And for free. 

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yes, in china. baidu is a good website to download MP3.

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http://kat.ph/music/

 

try searching here...

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I use baidu for downloading.

Seems to be completely free and easy and very straight forward.

Just type in the artist or song name into the Mp3 category and away you go.

You can download whole albums but you have to do it one song at a time (i think).

 

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beemp3.com

I've found some pretty nice songs there.

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kugo is a good choice, take a shot

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google music, man. You're in China use the hell out of that!

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www.newjams.net....new music everyday f and the latest albums and songs day by day....FREE DOWNLOADABLE....try it and i promise you will  ENJOY the LATEST SONGS on your MP3

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I use QQ music. There is a surprisingly lot of western music on there, especially when you use the Soso feature tab on the far right of the application.

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