It’s not a hard task to get a free download of anything you want including music. The problem is not it is free or not, is it really a legal download?

We know some of you have strict morals and won’t download any kinds of music illegally. That’s why we are only listing legal sites.

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As a continuation today we are publishing the list of top 7 sites to download music for free and legal. Here we go.

1. Jamendo

Jamendo comes first on our list. Jamendo has more than 10 years experience in the industry and their catalog contains 200,000 tracks by 40,000 independent artists.

Jamendo functions under a Creative Commons agreement where users can search and download thousands of music for free.

2. Last.fm

Last.fm is a music discovery service that gives you personalized recommendations based on the music you listen to owned by CBS Interactive. You use Last.fm by signing up and downloading The Scrobbler, which helps you discover more music based on the songs you play. The Scrobbler automatically fills your library and updates it with what you’ve been listening to on your computer.

Last.fm is the best place to discover new music.

3. Free Music Archive

The Free Music Archive offers free downloads under Creative Commons and other licenses. Its a free library of high-quality music downloads. You can easily search and download music for absolutely free.

4. Amazon

You might be surprise by this if you are not familiar with Amazon services. If you watch the site regularly you’ve notices Amazon’s digital music service. Amazon has more than 50,000 free tunes on their system and the nice thing that you can use all musics absolutely for free without spending a single penny.

5. MP3.com

MP3.com is owned by CBS Interactive, an American company and is a division of the CBS Corporation the team behind Cnet.com, ZDNet.com, CBSNews.com and a lot of popular websites.

MP3.com launched on 1997, probably one of the old music sites on the web. Its a well organized site where artists can upload and fans can download the music.

6. Noise Trade

Noise Trade is a popular sleek music-sharing site there you can easily get tracks and albums from artists if you supply them with your e-mail address. If you are an artist you can join NoiseTrade Music community and find new fans among NoiseTrade’s massive audience who are eager to discover their new favorite artist.

7. SoundCloud

SoundCloud is a popular Swedish music social network there that enables its users to upload, record, promote, and share their originally-created musics. Everything uploaded on SoundCloud is not to download, but a section of the site dedicated to tracks released under Creative Commons licenses that means you’re free to download the music.

This is our best 7 list. If we missed your favorite let us know through comments.