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Get £3.95 worth of free songs from iLife ’09!

If you’ve got the new iLife ’09 then you’ve got a handful of tracks for your iTunes library that you probably didn’t know you owned.

We’ve been playing about with the new iPhoto slideshows today and noticed that, by default, there are six tracks that play during the new slideshow themes in a playlist called ‘Theme Music’.

Five of them are available on the iTunes Store for £0.79, but you actually already own them!

The tracks are as follows:

Hey Now – Red Garland (KenBurns)
You’ve Got a Friend in Me – Randy Newman (Scrapbook)
Doxy – Miles Davis (Snapshots)
Linus & Lucy – Vince Guaraldi (SlidingPanels)
I Want Freedom – Chris Joss (Shatter)

While Apple has carefully hidden the DRM-free tracks on your hard drive, you can access them at the following location:
MacintoshHD>Library>Application Support>iLifeSlideshow>Audio

The tracks appear as their slideshow titles (listed above), but once added to iTunes will regain their original names.

While we don’t condone any form of sharing or commercial use of these tracks, syncing them to your iPod or iPhone is perfectly acceptable. After all, you did technically pay for them when you bought your new Mac or iLife ’09…