It was a nice idea. Listen to songs off-line for 10 cents. Rather than 1 dollar. I can't figure out why a music publisher who choose to let someone pay them 1/10 of the avg price per song except that Lala is betting that it's customers will set them on their playlists and Not listen to Most of the songs Most of the time and fixate on a couple of songs. I guess that probability didn't work out and they ran out of business. maybe that was why their music quality was subpar to Pandora's.
What do you think?