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    Google partners with Universal, EMI, Sony Music, 23 independent labels on Google Musi

    A music store isn't much without plenty of music, and Google's new offering launched with some big backing today. The company is partnering with Universal, EMI, Sony Music and no less than 23 independent labels on the service. Speaking at Google's event today, Universal's Rob Wells said he expects Google Music to be a "rich new revenue stream for our artists," and he also noted he's excited about the "global rollout" across all Android devices, although we're unfortunately not hearing many specifics about availability outside the US just yet. What's more, Google also confirmed that Google Music will have a number of exclusive offerings from the labels, including concerts from the likes of The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Pearl Jam and The Dave Matthews Band, and the exclusive debut of Busta Rhymes' latest album.

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    Google partners with Universal, EMI, Sony Music, 23 independent labels on Google Music, scores exclusive content originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 16 Nov 2011 17:34:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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