I've had a subscription with eMusic for 15 years. It is probably not worth signing up now as it is no cheaper than most other download sites and most US and UK record labels refuse to license anything to them, due to past problems with poor payment it seems.
I stick with it for two reasons. One is that there is a huge amount of stuff from all over the world on there. The other is that I'm on the same package I first signed up for which means I now get 40 tracks a month for about £7. At that price, it would foolish to forego the opportunity to expand my musical horizons.
Which I why I have been acquiring a lot of old Slovak pop recently. Some bright spark has reissued the back catalogue of the former state-owned Bratislava based Opus label and there are lots of gems among the dross.
In particular, the 1970s and early to mid 1980s seem to have been a vintage period for female singers in Slovakia. Here is a small selection to see you through the weekend.
"Boľavé Námestie" - Marika Gombitová
"Keď Je Zima" - Eva Kostolányiová
"Deň Bláznivých Radostí" - Marcela Laiferová
"V Siedmom Nebi" - Eva Máziková
"Znovu Na Mna Svieti Slnk" - Jana Kocianová
"Psychologické Testy" - Beáta Dubasová