The vicious, cut-throat world of music downloading just got cut-throatinger: Amazon is gunning for iTunes’ top-dog spot with worldwide launch of Amazon MP3. The on-line storefront is offering DRM-free music from all four major labels, all over the world.

The $.99 tracks are 256kbps MP3 files, so they’ll work forever on a PC, Mac, or whatever you have.

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