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Google Play Music All Access: Vamos A Mexico

Andale! Andale! Mountain View's music streaming service is now available south of the border.

Google Play Music All Access has gone south. The music streaming service, which the firm describes as "radio without rules," is now available in Mexico, for a monthly fee of 79 Mexican pesos--that's around $6--but that only lasts about six weeks. Anyone signing up after November 18 will pay a few pesos more (99 MXP, or $7.50) per month for a choice of around 20,000 tracks, which come from its content deals with Universal, Sony Music, and Warner.

Mexico joins North America and a dozen or so European countries who now have access to around 20,000 tracks. Earlier this week, Radiohead's Thom Yorke, who is virulently anti-streaming, gave an interview to a Mexican website in which he called the concept "the last fart of a dying corpse."

[Image: Flickr user Shandor Barcs]

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