this ones a 17 track album that comes with a pdf for all the band info available here:
I'm guessing the guy is sharing this comp on soulseek aswell.
1. Jacknife Powerbombs-Get While The Gettin's Good
2. Gluttons-Sawtooth Thunderhead
3. Allergic to Whores-Dead Man's Noose
4. Chrome Kickers-There Goes The Graveyard
5. Disengage-District 2 Electric Boogaloo
6. Fast Mattress-Alcoholic
7. Standing 69s- Butcher Knife
8. Femsickliver-Jerkoff Vacation(live)
9. 9 Shocks Terror-Yeti Smasher
10. The NarcolepticsX5-I Hate You
11. The Vacancies-Gutpunch
12. Miranda's Moon-Saturn 5
13. Bad Habit-Daddy's Girl
14. Bluto's Revenge-I Forget
15. Hostile Omish-Mohawk
16. The Anti-Socialists -Trafficant Jam
17. Kill City Kills-What You Got
and in other news...Parental warning: Some of these tracks have a couple f-bombs,
some have a whole slew! If you're offended by profanity,
don't download these songs. You probably shouldn't be here anyways.
I can't guarantee these songs will be available from this site all of the time. Do myself, and yourself, a favor; get a file-sharing program to find these tracks. I know they are available on the SoulSeek network.
So find a copy, download it, burn it, rock it, share it.
E-Booklet-features pictures, lyrics, contact info etc. You can click on a bands page to go to their site.
Go-Kart P2P Compilation
I have tried searching for this album/tracks on KLite but have come up with nothing... No info on the go kart records site eatherGo-Kart Records along with peer-to-peer file sharing companies Altnet and Kazaa are releasing a new compilation titled Downloading Is Not A Crime. The label has been very vocal in their opposition to the RIAA's recent lawsuits against individuals accused of downloading copyrighted content on file sharing networks.
Downloading Is Not A Crime is a 32 song online sampler that is free and "100% RIAA safe." Along with the music the label has included a booklet and tray card that can be printed for use on burned copies of the album. The compilation is available in the Audio section of Kazaa's media desktop application.
The label's press release stated "If you like the bands you hear on this compilation, please go and support them, buy their records and see them live. Let's prove to everyone that downloading can help artists and not hurt them!"