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A History Of BMG

We have all at least heard of BMG or seen advertisements for the corporate giant's free CD offers in magazines or in our mailboxes. The enticing club's offers make it difficult to resist when you compare the normal cost of CDs at a regular retail outlet music store. The company is also constantly coming up with new club services, specials, bonuses and more convenient ways to order and receive your CDs.

Just what is BMG? Originally, the music club was a part of RCA (Radio Corporation of America) and first became a direct-to-customer distributor of music in the 1950s. In the early days, customers ordered vinyl records, then cassette tapes and later, compact discs, of course. Bertelsmann bought the company in 1987 and changed the name to BMG (Bertelsmann Music Group).

Today, BMG has several music clubs to meet and satisfy the demands of fans of all the various music genres. BMG makes music available to its members from both major and independent record labels. With thousands of CD titles to choose from, ranging from rock, pop, easy listening, jazz, alternative, hip-hop, R&B and country, BMG CD music clubs are the most popular in the United States.

Columbia House Deals brings you up-to-date information on the best CD music club offers available. Currently, our recommended choices are the traditional BMG music service and BMG's new service at Yourmusic.com. The BMG music service offers members 12 CDs for the price of one, plus shipping and handling costs. The Yourmusic.com service features all CDs for $6.99 with no shipping charges added on. This service requires you to purchase one CD each month, but you can cancel any time. For the best deals currently offered by BMG, sign up with Yourmusic.com today!