Sunday , February 18 2018

Grab three free albums and a bunch more for under $5 from Google Play Music

Google Play Music Sale
If you’re not a Google Play Music All Access subscriber and you’re hankering for a deal tonight, then head over to Google Play Music and grab yourself a few albums. Google has dropped a bunch of titles to under $5 a hit and as a bonus, there’s three free albums for you to add to your Google Play Music locker.

The free titles include Michael Jackson – Number Ones, Calvin Harris – 18 Months and Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience.

In the paid category there are some great titles from Australian artists, including the awesome debut album from Silverchair: Frogstomp which has been remastered for the 20th Anniversary, Guy Sebastians: Armageddon and the all time Aussie classic – Whispering Jack from legendary singer John Farnham.

From international artists there’s classic albums like Ten, Vs. and Live on Two legs from Pearl Jam, and more from Michael Jackson, Billy Joel and other great classic rockers like Ozzy Ozborne.

Head on over to Google Play Music now to score yourself a bargain.

Source: Google Play Music.
Thanks: +Duncan Jaffrey.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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3 Comments on "Grab three free albums and a bunch more for under $5 from Google Play Music"

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Valued Guest

Did I miss this already or were the free albums only available to google music subscribers? They’re not free on mine.

Ausdroid Reader

Thx for the tip. Number Ones is a great Album.

Ausdroid Reader

Snapped up the free MJ album!

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