Online retailer hasn’t always been in the music industry’s good books, most infamously when it clashed with the BPI over its policy of selling cheap import CDs to UK consumers.However, the company is certainly rubbing along nicely with the labels now, having just announced that it’s signed up Sony BMG, Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group for its PlayDigital digital music store, joining EMI and various independents on the store.All four majors are offering their catalogues as DRM-free MP3 files, leading to boast that it’s beaten Amazon, HMV and Tesco to this achievement (but NOT 7Digital, which announced it was selling MP3s from all four majors last month.Still, PlayDigital now has a catalogue of more than three million tracks available. The service’s head Wendy Snowdon says it’s been “phenomenally successful” since its launch earlier this year. Play is looking to undercut its rivals, selling its Top 100 tracks as cheaply as

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