Caress The Tales and They Will Dream You Real: Discover Nightwish
Have you heard of Nightwish? The band hails from Finland, where they're the third-highest grossing act in the country. Their music is a unique blend of metal and symphonic that seems to appeal to a wide range of listeners. The result of the marriage of hard and smooth can be summed up in one word: epic.
MCPL has added a new resource for you: Free music downloads! We're working with Freegal Music to provide MP3 music downloads to all our customers. Though you are limited to three downloads a week, they are yours to keep! No return dates, late fees, or headaches. Just click here to get started. You'll need to type in your library card number to access the Freegal Music website.
Attention all music lovers! MCPL now offers free music downloads to customers. Yes, you read that right! FREE music downloads. Freegal, our new downloadable music service, has millions of songs available for absolutely no price. Tired of searching through CDs or paying fees to find the music you want? Then, check out this fantastic free database!
Free Music? On My Internet? It's More Likely (and Legal) Than You Think
Yes, you can get free music, legally, from the Internet. How? Freegal! I just installed the Freegal app on my iPhone, downloaded Foster The People’s "Pumped Up Kicks," and now I’m listening to it. The whole process took less than 5 minutes. What is Freegal? It’s a downloadable music service that will allow you, a MCPL cardholder, to download three free songs a week from its catalog of over 3 million songs.
When I was growing up, the way you listened to music was to tune your dial to the two or three different stations offered on the radio. Nowadays, you can get music from virtually any electronic device.
Yes! You can now download your favorite songs from Freegal with your MCPL Library card. There are easy instructions to follow, and you can even listen to a brief clip of the song. There has already been positive feedback about this new feature brought to you from MCPL. You can download three free song downloads per week!
In an interview in the 2005 Sam Dunn documentary Metal: A Headbangers Journey (which you can request through WorldCat), music and film maker Rob Zombie had this to say about the metal music genre: "It’s outsider music for outsiders. No one wants to be the weird kid; you just somehow end up being the weird kid. It’s kind of like that, but with metal, you have all the weird kids in one place." I say he hit the nail on the head!