You're convinced the entire world could benefit from your impeccable taste, but you've always been overshadowed by raging narcissists like Oprah, and that big shot Brian down at Blockbuster. Well now, you can let others bask in the refined sensibility of your musical predilections, at People's Music Store.
Based out 'o London, moodily acronym'd PMS lets anyone create a personal "store" pimping tunes culled from their catalog of 250k-plus indie label tracks, then kicks back credits on anything you sell, which you can redeem to buy tracks yourself, sticking it to those major labels and their invulnerable profits. While some known quantities rear their heads (Oasis, Arctic Monkeys), you also can discover/listen to lesser-known tunes via their search engine or genre-browsing, then instantly add desired tracks to your storefront; shoppers can preview/download your picks, as well as peep any uniquely insightful comments you've left to guide them through the murky waters of your idiosyncratic collection, i.e., "Oasis: They're brothers, and they fight a lot". Each track purchased from your store (almost all go for 99c), gets you a credit worth about 10% of the sale, meaning every 10 songs hawked lands you a free download, a musical Ponzi scheme that's sure to devastate some hapless old lady when she discovers her retirement fund furnished you with mad Deep House.
You can move beyond nuts and bolts and gussy up your shop by uploading photos and art, fussing with various color formats, and tweaking the page layout, then share the finished product via Google/Yahoo/Facebook apps, platforms almost as viral as Brian's drama-aisle endcap.