The CD Data Base (formely CDDB). Enabled CD players can query for playlists. [Description from dmoz]
Whether your taste in music tends toward Graceland or the Blue Note Café, Gracenote will send you the songs you seek. The company (formerly CDDB) provides music recognition technologies that compare digital music files to a worldwide database of music information, enabling digital audio devices to identify the songs. The company licenses its technologies to developers of consumer electronics devices and online media players, who integrate the technologies into media players, home and car stereos, and digital music devices. Offerings include the CDDB music identification service and the MusicID universal identification system. Gracenote was acquired by Sony for $260 million in 2008. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches approximately 6,833 U.S. monthly people.
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