Google Music Launch Features Exclusive Music from Coldplay, Busta Rhymes, and the Rolling Stones


Google isn’t skimping on the launch of music purchases in the Android Market. While doubt has long been cast on the ability to reach deals with music labels, the exact opposite has proven to be true as Google has scored exclusive rights to releases from a number of artists, including six unreleased live performances by the Rolling Stones, a five-track live EP from Coldplay, and Busta Rhymes’ new studio album. Google Music will also offer free live albums from Pearl Jam, Shakira, and Dave Matthews Band. Much of the content will be available starting today, while other exclusive will come to the Android Market over the course of next year.


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  1. Too little too late?  I have tons of songs on Amazon, do I really want to have 18 different clouds??  Starting calling it a sky instead of a cloud, geez….

  2. nothing yet about the nexus? dang.

  3. Can’t wait for this in the UK!

  4. So, exactly how is this an improvement over amazon and itunes? 

    1.  20,000 songs of space, as of last i heard, size does not matter

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