I just purchased an MP3. How do I download the file?
After you purchase an MP3 you should be redirected back to The FuMP from PayPal or iTransact and taken directly to the download page.
If something goes wrong the site is supposed to direct you to the redownload page. On the
redownload page enter the transaction ID from your email confirmation and you will be given a new download link. If for some reason the
redownload page does not recognize your transaction ID please email firstname.lastname@example.org
so we can take care of the problem.
Do you have a 320k RSS feed for subscribers?
Yes! Level 1 and Level 2 subscribers get special access to our 320k RSS feed. The main feed is here:
The feed of archived songs is here:
These feeds are password protected. Users must enter their username and password to gain access to these feeds. Subscribers
will only have access to the feeds for as long as their account is active.
How do I cancel my subscription?
If you are subscribed through PayPal you can log in to your PayPal account and cancel your subscription there. If you pay with a credit
card you must contact us and tell us you wish to cancel your subscription. There is currently no way that we have found to automate that.
Can I play your music on my Podcast/radio station?
YES! By all means, do! And if you can plug www.TheFuMP.com while you're at it we would greatly appreciate it.
Also note that our artists have recorded many songs that have not been released on The FuMP but are still
podsafe. Visit our Artists page and click on the More Info link next to the artist's name to contact an artist
or visit their web site.
I want to play one of the songs from your archive on my podcast. How do I download it?
You will need to register with us as a podcaster. Fill out this form and tell us about your podcast. Once
your application is approved you will be given download access to all the songs in the archive.
How do I submit a song?
If you are not a pre-approved artist your songs must be submitted and approved one at a time. Upload a 128k MP3 for us to consider here.
If your song is approved you will then be allowed to upload your song to our servers and you will be paid for your submission.
What does squick mean?
Squick is internet slang for something that you may find gross or disgusting. It's a combination of the words "squirm" and "ick."
We use it for songs about topics or which contain lyrics
that are considered sick or offensive. Some examples are "Heavyflow" by Seamonkey and "Give It To Everybody" by Sudden Death. We offer
a "squick free" RSS feed for podcast listeners who do not wish to hear this material.