Saturday , July 20 2024 Turns Five

MP3.COM celebrates anniversary with new site design and new tracks from the major labels. Artists represented include: Alanis Morissette, Alison Krauss, Bjork, Busta Rhymes, Coldplay, Craig David, David Gray, Dru Hill, Eminem, Flaming Lips, Foo Fighters, Ja Rule, Jimmy Eat World, Kylie Minogue, Lee Ann Womack, LL Cool J, Madonna, Matchbox 20, Michelle Branch, Nickel Creek, Nirvana, Paul Oakenfold, Saliva, Shaggy, Shania Twain, Snoop Dogg, SUM 41, Toni Braxton, Tupac Shakur, U2, The Vines.

From a press release:

    “’s New Track Attack,” an unprecedented online music event that will showcase rare and never-before-released music and videos from some of the biggest names in popular music. Record labels representing all five major music companies will each promote their artists on on their own day of the week — with Wednesday, November 6 featuring a special tribute to that evening’s Country Music Awards. All the exclusive digital music action will occur at through November 15.

    “ originally launched in November 1997 with a handful of independent musicians looking to promote themselves on the Web,” said Derrick Oien, the president of’s parent company, Vivendi Universal Net USA’s music and media group. “Since then,’s music collection and online audience have both grown explosively to be among the Internet’s largest. We recently added our 250,000th artist — and now feature emerging acts side-by-side with established chart-toppers and Grammy award winners. For millions of music fans and recording artists, has become synonymous with digital music itself.”

    Tuesday, November 5: Island Records

    Sum 41 — An exclusive PSA video clip and “Still Waiting” from their upcoming “Does This Look Infected?” album, due November 26

    Saliva — “Raise Up” from “Back Into Your System,” due November 12

    Andrew WK — “We Want Fun” from the “Jackass” soundtrack

    CKY — An MP3 download of “Flesh Into Gear,” from “Infiltrate-Destroy-Rebuild”

    Wednesday, November 6: A Day in the Country

    Shania Twain — “I’m Gonna Getcha Good,” the new single from “Up,” due November 19

    Lee Ann Womack — “I Need You” from “Something Worth Leaving Behind”

    Alison Krauss — A live version of “New Favorite” from her upcoming “Live” album, due November 5

    Nickel Creek — “Speak,” the new single from “This Side”

    Dolly Parton — “Hello God,’ the new single from “Halos and Horns”

    Thursday, November 7: EMI

    Coldplay — “I Ran Away,” the B-side track from their UK single “The Scientist”

    Snoop Dogg — “From Tha Chuuuch To Da Palace,” the new single from his upcoming album, “Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss,” due November 26

    Kylie Minogue — “Come Into My World,” the third single from “Fever”

    The Vines — “Outtathaway!”, the new single from “Highly Evolved”

    Friday, November 8: Interscope Records

    Tupac Shakur — an MP3 download of a previously-unreleased acoustic version of “Thug Mansion”, from “Better Dayz,” due November 26

    Eminem — “Lose Yourself” from the “8 Mile” soundtrack

    U2 — A track from “The Best of 1990-2000,” due November 5

    Nirvana — “You Know You’re Right” from “Nirvana”

    Ms Jade — “Ching Ching” from “Girl Interupted,” due November 5

    The Wallflowers — A track from “Red Letter Days,” due November 5

    Saturday, November 9: BMG

    Foo Fighters — A live version of “All My Life,” from their recent concert tour of Ireland

    Toni Braxton — A special dance remix of her new single, “Hit The Freeway” — from “More than a Woman,” due November 19

    Busta Rhymes — “Make It Clap,” the first single from his upcoming album “It Ain’t Safe No More…”, due November 26

    David Gray — “The Other Side” and “Dead in the Water” from “A New Day at Midnight,” due November 5

    Heather Headley — A previously-unreleased, special remix of Wildlife’s “Pleasure Releaser”

    Ben Kweller — An acoustic live version of “Lizzy” — recorded at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City

    Sunday, November 10: MCA Records

    Shaggy — “Strength of a Woman” and video of “Sexy Lady,” from his album “Lucky Day”

    Sigur Ros — “Track 4,” the single from their new album.

    K-cee & Jojo — “It’s Me” from the new album, “Emotional,” due November 26.

About Eric Olsen

Career media professional and serial entrepreneur Eric Olsen flung himself into the paranormal world in 2012, creating the America's Most Haunted brand and co-authoring the award-winning America's Most Haunted book, published by Berkley/Penguin in Sept, 2014. Olsen is co-host of the nationally syndicated broadcast and Internet radio talk show After Hours AM; his entertaining and informative America's Most Haunted website and social media outlets are must-reads: Twitter@amhaunted,, Pinterest America's Most Haunted. Olsen is also guitarist/singer for popular and wildly eclectic Cleveland cover band The Props.

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