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Thread: Illeagal Downloads Are Boosting Album Sales

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    I thought most of us would enjoy this:

    http://www.news.scotsman.com/scitech.cfm?id=748832003

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    Now if only we can get through to the artists that mp3 piracy is good then that would be great.

    I don't care what the businessmen say. I care what the artists say. Well that's just because my favorite band (Stratovarius if anyone cares ) is anti mp3 piracy. I wish they just understood the benefits of it. They think artists lose money. Well they thought wrong.

    Not just detestable bands like Metallica are against the mp3 pirates.

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    The internet should be a place of FREEDOM where all things including information, data and files should be free to access and/or download

    It sometimes annoys me when big companies or entire industry's try to commersialise the internet

    kazaalite is #1 for mp3's, film's and software

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    The writer of that article and the people who did the "research" seemed to have missed a very important point- most albums only have one or two songs that I would want anyway.
    Usually the rest is just filler.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Or even worst, some CD collections, like the remarkable "Ken Burns Jazz" collection, sell for a massive amount of money when you only want maybe ten songs.

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    the music industry make millions anyway!!! y worry about illegal file d/lin im sorry but i cudnt afford 2 spend 13 14 on each album if i had bought all the stuff i got then i wud hav spent like 500 and thats jus crazy

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    Originally posted by chalkmongoose@14 July 2003 - 14:33
    Or even worst, some CD collections, like the remarkable "Ken Burns Jazz" collection, sell for a massive amount of money when you only want maybe ten songs.
    Exactly.
    Every time I buy a rack of blank CDs now, I prefer to call it my "Best of Britney Spears Collection".
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Originally posted by clocker+14 July 2003 - 20:50--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (clocker @ 14 July 2003 - 20:50)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-chalkmongoose@14 July 2003 - 14:33
    Or even worst, some CD collections, like the remarkable "Ken Burns Jazz" collection, sell for a massive amount of money when you only want maybe ten songs.
    Exactly.
    Every time I buy a rack of blank CDs now, I prefer to call it my "Best of Britney Spears Collection". [/b][/quote]


    Love that&#33; But then I have a ton of mp3s to upload most of them by people youve never heard of and/or people who were dead before DOS PCs came out.

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