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Free 11 Song Sampler, Music at SXSW

Download a free 11-song sampler of the artists featured by NPR Music and public radio stations at this March's South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas. (Download code expires April 30, 2010) Featuring:
  1. "Written in Reverse" by Spoon from Transference
  2. "The High Road" by Broken Bells from Broken Bells
  3. "I Learned the Hard Way" by Sharon Jones And The Dap-Kings from I Learned the Hard Way
  4. "Canadian Girl" by The Walkmen from You & Me
  5. "Girl In Love" by Smith Westerns from Smith Westerns
  6. "Airplanes" by Local Natives from Gorilla Manor
  7. "Everywhere I Go" by G-Side from Starshipz And Rocketz
  8. "Cleo's Song" by JBM from Not Even In July
  9. "Achille's Heel: IV. Shur Landing" by Brooklyn Rider from Dominant Curve
  10. "Hannah" by Freelance Whales from Weathervanes
  11. "Swim" by Surfer Blood from Astro Coast
To download the 'NPR Music At SXSW Sampler' on iTunes: 1. Download iTunes for Mac or Windows, free of charge at www.iTunes.com. 2. Open iTunes and click iTunes Store. 3. Click Redeem under Quick Links. 4. Enter the code here. Your download will start immediately. Enjoy. The code expires April 30, 2010 and is redeemable only on the U.S. iTunes Store. Available while supplies last. To redeem the code you must have an iTunes account, subject to prior acceptance of license and usage terms. To open an account you must be above the age of 13 and in the U.S. iTunes 9.0 or later, compatible hardware and software, and Internet access (fees may apply) are required. Not for resale. For full terms, see www.apple.com/legal/itunes/us/gifts.html. For more information, see www.apple.com/support/itunes/store. Don’t steal music. TM and c 2010 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple is not a participant or sponsor of this promotion. Questions or comments, please email nprmusicprojects@npr.org.


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