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June 14, 2005

Music-On-Demand Releases World's First P2P Search-and-Play Radio System

Press Release: I came across this press release today, but haven't been able to track down the company yet to research further...Sounds pretty compelling if it works though as users can find and listen to any song in the world instantly, without downloading any files whatsoever...

The free software application provides unrestricted access to the Music-On-Demand network, a completely de-centralized database with over 20 million songs and music videos. From what I gather - it sounds like they're actually promoting stream recording instead of downloading...More on this later.

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