Into signing up for its music service again, that is. Because--of course--any attempts to lure me into ratcheting up the eMusic review score would be systematically rejected--not that the service needs much help in that regard anyway. However, I did receive an offer today (actually, at 4:10 a.m. Saturday morning...gotta love e-mail bots) for 50 free music downloads--and all I need to do is "rejoin eMusic NOW!" Well, I do love free music, so perhaps I'll take them up on that. If you got a similar offer, will you? Leave me a comment and let me know why or why not. New members who would like to join in on the fun can still get 25 free downloads as per usual.
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