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Compare download

From EverybodyWiki Bios & Wiki, launched on 4 August 2009, is a music portal that offers fans a way to enjoy and buy music.


Founded by James Bott and Darren Sher in 2009 is a price comparison and search engine for legal music downloads in the UK. offers users the chance to potentially save money on legal downloads whilst guaranteeing a fair deal for the artist.[1] The site enables music fans to compare prices for downloads across a range of leading download services, then click through and buy at the price that suits them best. has deals with key online retailers including iTunes UK, Amazon UK, 7 Digital,, Tesco Digital and We7. Users will be able to search their combined catalogue of over 10 million tracks in seconds.


The player gives access to the top 100 downloads and top 40 charts. It also acts as a music information hub, gathering information and interactive content. The site also offers video material, thanks to a content deal with YouTube. Visitors to the site will be able to add their own reviews – allowing the Comparedownload community to recommend or slate releases, both new and old. The latest tour-dates and ticket information from Ticketmaster are all available on the site – with fans able to click through and purchase.[2]


Created by James Bott, who after completing his A-Levels gained a training contract at Europe’s then-largest jewellery manufacturer and distributor, Gallery & Abbeycrest. In 2005 he worked as a buyer for a large stock clearance firm, while working there he spotted a gap in the market and set up his own online jewellery firm,

Co-founder Darren Sher began his career setting up a small corporate and music video production company that went on to produce music videos, corporate videos and an award-winning short film. Having built up contacts in the industry, Darren went on to set up ‘Snip Reels’, the world’s first showreel hosting site for the film, television and commercial production industry. Although employed full-time, Darren has set up private online businesses including, and

Media[edit] received national and local media coverage when it launched in August 2009. National newspapers including Daily Telegraph,[3] covered the launch of the website online. The launch of compare download was also covered in The Times, Daily Express and the Daily Star.


External links[edit]

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  • [2] Jewellery Boxx

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