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Music is so wonderful. And it is greater to bring it everywhere with your your cell phone. This collection contains a large number of beautiful rhythms in form of ringtones. Just listen to check what you want to decorate your cell phone's ringing.

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No Ringtones Total Downloads ▼ Release Date
1 Too late to apologize 19930 Nov 15th, 2007
2 The Final Countdown 19819 Jul 11th, 2007
3 We Will Rock You Rhythm 12370 Apr 18th, 2007
4 My heart will go on - Titanic Theme 11739 Sep 27th, 2009
5 Japanese 10448 Apr 17th, 2007
6 Coca-cola 9586 Aug 10th, 2007
7 Rather Be - Clean Bandit, Jess Glynne 8343 Feb 25th, 2014
8 Don't stop the music - Rihanna 7984 Dec 17th, 2007
9 Girlfriend - Icona Pop 7023 Sep 26th, 2013
10 What goes around...comes around - Justin Timberlake 6798 Dec 12th, 2007
11 I just call to say i love you 6611 Aug 7th, 2007
12 Mad Opera 6548 Mar 1st, 2007
13 Mamma mia 5963 Jun 23rd, 2007
14 The Lone Ranger remix 4436 Apr 18th, 2007
15 Nokia High Mix 4389 Jul 25th, 2012
16 Austin Powers Remix 4222 Apr 18th, 2007
17 You baby 4133 Aug 10th, 2007
18 Rehab - Amy Winehouse 3969 Dec 12th, 2007
19 Oh hey! Baby 3945 Apr 17th, 2007
20 Orchestra Tuning Up Before Concert 3902 Apr 18th, 2007
21 The Pretender - Foo Fighters 3783 Dec 12th, 2007
22 Telephone 2 3554 Jul 12th, 2007
23 The New guy 3526 Mar 1st, 2007
24 Disco Dancer 3507 Apr 18th, 2007
25 Kiss kiss kiss (remix) 3422 Oct 17th, 2007
26 Just Give Me A Reason - Pink 3365 Jun 24th, 2013
27 No woman no cry 3291 Jul 21st, 2007
28 Heavy Jingle Bells 3250 Apr 18th, 2007
29 We are the world !! 3221 Jul 28th, 2007
30 Vivaldi Techno Mix 3220 Apr 18th, 2007
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RINGTONES LIBRARY: Let your mobile express your style!

Free ringtones are archived in many categories to make your cell phone more colorful with various ringtone sounds. Check them out now!
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Alien ringtones (93)
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Dirty ringtone (5)
Drunk ringtones (16)

April Fools' Day (11)
Halloween ringtones (107)
Happy birthday ringtones (4)
New Year & Xmas ringtones (516)
Thanksgiving ringtones (52)
Valentine ringtones (140)

Breakdance ringtone (76)
DJ ringtones (577)
Music ringtones (2367)
Rap ringtones (156)
Rock ringtones (220)
Techno ringtones (496)

Games ringtones (103)
Miscellaneous ringtones (320)
Movie ringtones (179)

Bell ringtones (95)
Electronic melody ringtone (184)
Mosquito ringtones (9)
Voice ringtones (250)

Exciting ringtones (129)
Mystery ringtones (72)
Scary ringtones (75)
War ringtones (63)

Baby ringtones (82)
Kids ringtones (96)
Laugh ringtones (65)
Mouse ringtones (31)

Instrumental ringtones (184)
Lounge ringtones (87)
Nature ringtones (50)
Opera ringtones (13)
Romantic ringtones (325)

Arabic ringtones (53)
Ethnic ringtones (20)
Human sound ringtones (136)

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Ringtones: The sound of money
The music industry may be in a state of flux but artists and record labels are hoping ringtones can help boost overall sales
By Paul R. La Monica

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - The Arctic Monkeys, Britain's latest "it' band, share a pretty amusing take on the current state of the recording industry in the song "A Certain Romance."

"There's only music so that there's new ringtones." Cynical? Yes. But there's more than a grain of truth to this lyric.

U.S. ringtone sales totaled $500 million last year and should increase to $600 million this year, according to data from songwriter and music publisher trade group BMI. Globally, ringtone sales were $4.4 billion last year, according to Billboard, up from $3.7 billion in 2004.

By comparison, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) said that sales of physical CDs, cassettes and videos fell 7.6 percent last year.

The phone is the new mix tape
So can ringtones save the music business? They have, after all, grown so popular that even Billboard tracks them.

And it's the one area of the business where people appear to be willing to pay a premium price, an interesting twist in an era when many music lovers scoff at paying more than 99 cents to download a song from places like Apple's (Research) iTunes.

Ringtones, particularly master tones, which play actual sections from the studio version of a song, often cost between $2.50 and $3.50 to download. Pricing is usually set by carriers, such as Verizon (Research), Sprint (Research) and Cingular, which give a cut to record labels.

The record companies are happy for new sources of revenue. EMI Group, one of the world's largest music companies, said that mobile music sales increased nearly 140 percent during the first six months of its most recent fiscal year.

Plus, music executives say that ringtones serve as a marketing tool that can help lift sales of singles and albums. "The beauty of ringtones is that they are both a commercial and promotional product in one," said Tom Ryan, senior vice president of digital and mobile strategy and development for EMI Group. "Airplay, if you will, of cell phones ringing in schools, malls and city blocks helps drive sales."

Artists are also catching on. Nick Thomas, the 21-year old lead singer and guitarist for The Spill Canvas, a rock band signed to independent label 111 Records, said he's had fans tell him that they first heard the group's music because of friends' ringtones.

"People may not own as many physical CDs anymore, but they can go to their friends and say I have this ringtone for my phone," said Thomas. 111 Records has a distribution deal with EastWest, a label owned by Warner Music Group (Research), and ringtones for some of The Spill Canvas's songs are available at the EastWest Web site.

Passing fad or ringing in sales for the next few years?
But one wireless analyst said he's not sure how much longer the music industry can depend on strong growth in ringtone sales.

David Chamberlain, principal analyst with tech consulting firm In-Stat, said that as cell phone makers like Nokia (Research) and Motorola (Research) start to sell more phones that also serve as digital music players, people might be less likely to want to pay a premium price for a ringtone.

"People that were enthusiastically buying ringtones are now buying phones that can play MP3 files. That may help to sweep ringtones aside. I'm not saying ringtones will vanish but I don't see huge growth," Chamberlain said.

Michael Nash, senior vice president of digital strategy and business development for Warner Music Group, disagrees. He said that pricing does not appear to be a hindrance. He argues that consumers, particularly teens and young adults, view the ringtone as something that helps identify them.

"The ringtone is not just a 30-second snippet. It's like a digital T-shirt," Nash said.

Nash added that as phones are able to store more multimedia content, companies like Warner Music Group will work with the wireless carriers to offer even more music options, such as full singles, albums and music videos. So even if users start to balk at paying a high price for a ringtone, they will have other ways to buy music for their phones.

And even if prices for ringtones eventually start to fall, Nash thinks music companies will still use ringtones as way to first introduce a cell phone user to a new song...even for more mainstream artists that already have a large following.

Warner Music Group last year released "Hung Up," the first single from Madonna's latest album, as a ringtone a month before the song was released to radio stations or available for sale online or in record stores. (For readers under the age of 21, a record store is a place where old fogies like me used to go to back in the 80s and early 90s in order to buy the latest cassettes from our favorite bands. If you want to know with a cassette is, ask your parents.)

"We think of the ringtone as the new single. It definitely functions as a buzz builder. It reaches a younger audience effectively," Nash said.

EMI's Ryan also thinks this is just the beginning of a steady wave of growth in ringtone sales.

"As long as phones ring there will be a market for ringtones," said Ryan.

He even jokes that even though most users are now more interested in downloading master ringtones because of the better quality, it wouldn't surprise if there were a pick up in sales of polyphonic ringtones -- basically versions of songs that sound like they are being played on a cheesy Casio keyboard.

"There could be a retro comeback because of the kitsch factor," said Ryan.

Ah yes. Pining for how things used to be way back in 2004. Those crazy kids. 

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