What with all the leaked screenshots, code snippets and whispers on the wind, we've got a pretty good idea of what to expect: Today, Google's almost certainly going to formally unveil its digital music store, and we're here in Los Angeles live blogging the whole event. At 2PM local time (that's 5PM ET!) you'll find out whether the likes of Sony, EMI and Universal truly did sign their music to Google's service, and whether it'll cost $0.99 to $1.29 per track. Oh, and don't forget the "twist" Andy Rubin promised, whatever that might be!

Find the Google Music 'These Go To Eleven' live blog right here!

Don't miss the rest of our coverage of from the Google Music event:

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Google Music gets Google+ integration

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