A possible price mistake, the Windows 8 Xbox Music Store offers downloads of Taylor Swift's 1989 MP3 Album for 99 cents. (Search for it on your Windows 8 device to buy it; this price won't show on other devices.) That's the best price we could find for this newly released album. (iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play all charge at least $12 for downloads; a physical copy goes for at least $10.)
South Park Studios offers a download of the Randy Marsh AKA Lorde "Push" MP3 Track, as heard on a recent episode of South Park, for free. This has nothing to do with the real Lorde; it's actually performed by Sia.
Free stuff is just about the coolest stuff in the universe, which is why we're bringing you another out-of-this-world roundup of the week's best freebies. Read on to see how you can send your name to Mars, score a free deadmau5 album, and pick up a Bath & Body Works freebie.
Google Play offers downloads of 15 country MP3 singles for free. These songs go for around $1 each at Amazon and iTunes. Artists include Toby Keith, Jason Aldean, Martina McBride, George Strait, and more.
Amazon offers downloads of the 100 Must-Have Horror Classics MP3 Album for 99 cents. (Prime members can stream it for free.) That's the lowest price we could find by $9. It features 100 tracks of classical music.
Google Play offers downloads of its October Antenna 20-Track MP3 Sampler for free. (iTunes and Amazon charge 99 cents or more for each of these tracks.) It features songs from "up-and-coming" artists such as Xeno & Oaklander, Goat, Greensky Bluegrass, Braid, and more.