Posted: Sat, 2004-09-11 14:03
The libraries in Copenhagen have a service where its citizens can borrow songs by downloading them.
There are 36120 tracks available, distributed on 2571 albums. Among those are the two first Disneyland After Dark albums and the "It's After Dark"-single.
On their frontpage, they display the top 5 most borrowed songs.
The four first are popular Danish songs released this year and in heavy radio-airplay on the national radio.
The fifth is "Isn't that wild" by D.A.D.
 https://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/netmusik/Udlaan - read the pages under "Hjælp og support" for information about how do borrow songs.
And yes, it's a proprietray Microsoft-only deal with so-called "Digital Rights Management", meaning that the file stops working after 1 or 7 days. Unless you extract the audio, that is. The major recordcompanies are involved, what did you expect in Denmark? http://www.ing.dk/article/20040910/IT/109100170/-1/Forside
 D.A.D Special is there as well, but does it count? https://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/netmusik/Udlaan?action=researchsubmit&se...