I will admit to being an iTunes noob when it comes to this sort of thing, but can you buy music online from anywhere and put it into iTunes? There are a few artists I'd like to get that aren't available in iTunes (AC/DC, for instance), but I'd like to not buy the CDs if possible.
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Yes - as long as the files you download are MP3, non-encrypted (DRM) AAC, WAV, or AIFF, you should be able to play them iTunes.
I know iTunes does not handle WMA (Windows Media Audio) or Real Audio files - but beyond that, iTuns is pretty flexible. I currently use eMusic as my primary online store (which are MP3s). And I've used other services in the past, and, as long as they're not DRMed, you should be fine.
iTunes Top Downloads -- December 14, 2008 This is a moment in time snapshot of the current top downloads from iTunes. We take a snapshot each week at the same time and post it here. To preview the songs, click on a link.