MySpace Music Plug-in Now Available

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MySpace users get music plug-in to listen to their own music on their MySpace page.

GRUUVE (http://www.gruuve.com) -- The Web Music Engine today announced the release of a media player plug-in for MySpace (http://www.myspace.com), a News Corp. (NYSE: NWS) company http://www.newscorp.com. MySpace users and bands can now plug & play their own music onto MySpace page or any web site or blog without any restrictions. Presently, bands and users are restricted on MySpace to a maximum of 5 songs.

Users simply create an account on GRUUVE, upload their music (MP3 ONLY) and get the plug-in, and paste it on their MySpace page. See this link http://www.myspace.com/totalguru.

Bands benefit because GRUUVE tracks the number of times a song is played from any location. Users can easily manage the order and number of songs from their GRUUVE account and have it auto update in every location the plug-in is posted in. GRUUVE also provides bands with a portal to create a digital presence with Google (NASD: GOOG) like search engine functionality, event listing, fan club, and blogging tools.

About GRUUVE

GRUUVE organizes a user’s MP3 files in a single location and enables plug & play from any location. GRUUVE’s music search engine has indexed over 20,000,000 song titles from 1,500,000 albums and 400,000 artists.

For more information please visit http://www.gruuve.com.

GRUUVE and the GRUUVE logo are trademarks of GRUUVE, Inc. All other company and product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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