I would like to download a release in zip format

I would like to download a release in zip format

The new Play MPE player allow users to download releases in zip format. This helps a lot in file management especially if downloading an album or a multi-track release. You can download release in zip format if you are under Release Summary and Release Information page of the player.

Release Summary Page:
1) Click the download icon on the middle right-hand section of release summary page.



Release Information Page
1) Click the download icon below the release information section.

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