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Written by Daniel   
Monday, 31 July 2006 11:25
EMI signs up with legal P2P Mashboxx

Entire back catalogue will be available
Will Head, 31 Jul 2006

Music publisher EMI has signed a deal with legal P2P music service Mashboxx to distribute its back catalogue of tracks.

EMI – which publishes artists such as Kate Bush and David Bowie – has agreed to makes its entire catalogue of digital recordings available on the P2P service.

The Mashboxx piggybacks existing P2P networks, identifying items that are licensed for sale. Consumers can preview the tracks for free or purchase full downloads.

To enable the music to be identified, all EMI tracks are being fingerprinted by Napster founder Shawn Fanning's company Snocap.
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