After a decade of rampant digital piracy that has helped to gut album sales, a raft of new streaming music sites is making the experience of legally finding and listening to music just as seductive as downloading it free, reports the New York Times. Many music industry observers now believe there is a fundamental shift under way: from illegal downloads to licensed streaming services like MySpace Music, imeem, and Spotify, where users can play any song, anytime, and--coming soon--on any device. These sites are free, supported by ads, and with an expanding catalog of songs, they are finally ready to...

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