Amazon's Linux answer to iTunes is a winner

Are you a Linux user suffering from iTunes store envy? If so, Amazon has a deal for you. While any good Linux media player, like my own personal favorite Banshee, will let you rip music from CDs, there hasn't been a good source to buy music online for Linux players ... until now.

As part of Amazon's latest MP3 download music offerings, the online retail giant is now offering its DRM (Digital Rights Management) free tunes for purchase to Linux users. Amazon is doing this by offering a new program, Amazon MP3 Downloader

Amazon is offering the program in both Debian's DEB and the RPM format. To make it easier to install, Amazon is including versions for Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE.
for Linux users.