Allofmp3.com has been selling unrestricted music downloads in a variety of formats for about 4 to 10 cents per song for a few years now. It’s a Russia-based business which claims to have legal rights to sell the music in this way to Russian citizens for personal use. Of course, they don’t do anything to verify that their customers are Russian and the site is available in English and fully usable by any English-speaker. It looks like the Russian authorities may drop the proverbial hatchet on the service and force them to pay copyright fees for the music they have sold. It will be interesting to see how this plays out!