(From Kim Komando www.komando.com ) I never tire of listening to music. It helps me relax after a long day at the office. And few things can chase away a bad mood like music. But I do tire of the songs on my iPod. That's when I know it's time to discover new music. Fortunately, the Web makes this easy. There are plenty of sites where you can find new music. However, you'll want to be careful. These sites aren't always legitimate. One of my favorite sites for new music is Mercedes Benz' Mixed Tape. The site has two parts. There's a magazine section where you can learn about new bands. In addition to hearing the music, you can watch the music video. Then, there's the Mixed Tape section. Here, you can download a CD-long collection of songs. They're in MP3 format. So, you won't run into compatibility problems. And they're yours to keep. Mercedes makes the downloads available for 10 weeks. Then, the songs are replaced with new ones.
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