Wraptor -- a new commercial peer-to-peer offering from several of the original developers of Morpheus -- plans to sell indie music when it launches later this year.

Wraptor -- a new commercial peer-to-peer offering from several of the original developers of Morpheus -- plans to sell indie music when it launches later this year.

Wraptor's parent company, Free Radical Networks, has inked a content distribution deal with Unborn Media Inc., developer of an indie music site called Pure Volume. Under the agreement, Wraptor will sell downloads from more than 15,000 bands registered with Purevolume.com.

Wraptor is set to go live this summer.

Wraptor's proprietary format allows for the inclusion of photos, lyrics, biographies and tour dates in a single song download. Users can also preview a song in its entirety.

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