January 09, 2006


Press Release:


LOS ANGELES, CA (01/10/06) - On the heels of thrilling news that digital
sales have increased 148% industry wide from 2004 to 2005, Audio Lunchbox
has developed a new subscription program that will allow new and repeat
customers to get even more bang for their buck!

Audio Lunchbox's new subscription program allows customers to purchase
points redeemable for downloads throughout the entire Audio Lunchbox
catalog. Monthly programs are $9.99 for 40 points and $24.99 for 125
points. Yearly programs are $100 for 30 points per month with 120 anytime
points and $250 for 80 points per month and 250 anytime points. With single
tracks as low as 1 point and entire albums as low as 10 points, the Audio
Lunchbox customer can purchase tracks as low as 20 cents each. Subscription
tracks will be offered in open MP3 format which means users can cancel at
any time and keep their downloads forever.

"Digital music is exploding and ALB is on the cutting edge of the
revolution. We take user feedback very seriously and are proud to say we are
the only digital music provider to offer "permanent" a la carte and
subscription downloads side by side without DRM restrictions of any kind.
ALB will continue to offer our users as many options as possible to download
their music legally," said Morgan Harris, CEO of Audio Lunchbox.

Audio Lunchbox will also be giving away 50 free MP3s to customers joining
the new subscription program. ALB will now offer a combination of great
catalogue depth and the best possible price structure for legal music
downloads, positioning itself among the leaders in digital content

About Audio Lunchbox: Audio Lunchbox, LLC was formed in April 2003. Our
mission is, simply, to increase the exposure and availability of independent
artists and their music. ALB features a cross platform system, which works
on PC, Mac and Linux. Albums and tracks are available for purchase by
subscription or a la carte plans. The file capability of ALB audio is 100%
compatible with all portable music players including Apple's iPod. ALB has
secured a licensed catalogue of over 1 million tracks with 79 sub-genres
ultimately providing something for everyone. ALB works with the greatest
independent labels and aggregators in the world including Epitaph, Razor &
Tie, IODA, Digital Rights Agency, INgrooves, Parasol and CD Baby. The store
boasts artists ranging from Queens of the Stone Age to Nickel Creek and
Death Cab For Cutie to Louis Armstrong. ALB also carries the current indie
big sellers such as Elliot Smith and Nada Surf to name a few.

1 comment:

  1. I bought an album off audiolunchbox and none of the downloads would work after I paid. To confirm this wasn't a problem I was just having I used different pcs, from different locations using a mix of firefox and IE browsers.

    I contacted them 3 times and never got any response.

    I can only come to the conclusion that Audiolunchbox is a scam of some sort.. I would be very very cautious putting ANY money in to audiolunchbox - i recommend you go to a larger well known provider instead of these cowboys.