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Posted By: Jack

Posted On: Jul 28, 2004
Views: 495
RE: Free music downloading

Forgive me for being naive, but that money request wasn't actually you, was it Dragonmaster?


Posted By: electric antelope

Posted On: Jul 28, 2004
Views: 491
RE: Free music downloading

jack, what the hell are you doing on the computer at 10:00 in the morning? if you really came from britain, you'd be sleeping.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 28, 2004
Views: 488
RE: Free music downloading

Which money request? The 1,000 for school? Yes that was me. lol, of course I'm not serious about people giving it to me. I'll come up with something to get it paid by august 25. Mabie male prostotution to rich girls that want hanky panky and no comentment. lol (cry)


Posted By: Knoxquers

Posted On: Jul 28, 2004
Views: 481
Walmart, GMT

I've read that Walmart's music store doesn't sell certain, shall we say, risque' songs and they also bleep out explicit lyrics.

By the way, electric antelope, Britain is 5 hours ahead of US eastern time. Sleeping at 3:00 int the afternoon? I think not, unless he's working the night shift.

Peace out, homeskillets. indeed


Posted By: Syrgot

Posted On: Jul 28, 2004
Views: 474
RE: Free music downloading

Knoxquers, do you by any chance know what bluegrass band "mark davis" is in? I know that's kind of a common name, but let me know if you do.


Posted By: Mr. T

Posted On: Jul 29, 2004
Views: 470
RE: Free music downloading

'nough of this jiba jaba. i pity da fool that take my jive and spread it round this interwhateva.


Posted By: no_one

Posted On: Jul 29, 2004
Views: 457
RE: Free music downloading

It's not like people don't buy cds anymore because of file sharing.

It's things like what Velvet Revolver did on their cd Contraband that makes people want to download more (when you put it in your comp it automatically installs this program so you can't transfer any of the songs onto your comp, for say an mp3 player or such--funny how they persecute people who BUY their album).

Albums still rock in my book, though I download too.


Posted By: Syrgot

Posted On: Jul 29, 2004
Views: 454
RE: Free music downloading

Download CDEX, it bypasses that program compleley.


Posted By: uralldum

Posted On: Jul 30, 2004
Views: 445
RE: Free music downloading

someone asked "what's the point of a cd-r without music?" I use cd-r's for data. you can back up your files, distribute large files, or give other people your software.

As a musician (rocker), I am opposed to free music downloads.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 30, 2004
Views: 443
RE: Free music downloading

Yet your ok with giving PC. programers work away? They work as hard as you.

"or give other people your software."

You cant give the escuse that you bought it. I buy the CD's that I distribute also.



Posted By: Austin

Posted On: Jul 31, 2004
Views: 437
RE: Free music downloading

Kazaa is crappy now... all the files are curropted and you cant ever connect to other people. ive just got WinMX and i like it alot more though kazaa looked a lot nicer.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 31, 2004
Views: 435
RE: Free music downloading

Does it run any faster? Kazza slowed down my PC so that it was the only thing that I could run.


Posted By: The Almighty Doer of Stuff

Posted On: Aug 1, 2004
Views: 426
RE: Free music downloading

I think someone has taken over Kazaa. There was always a lot of adware with it, but in the last update, there was suddenly about ten times as much. That's when I got WinMX. I tried as hard as I could to clean out all the adware and stuff that came with Kazaa, but I'm still finding stuff.

Music burners have legitimate, legal purposes too. You can use them to make mix CDs and rearrange the songs on albums you have. For instance, on the Beatles' Abbey Road album, about half the songs were good, and the other half were frighteningly horrible. You could copy the good songs onto your computer, then burn only the good ones onto a CD, perhaps with some of the band's other songs from other albums, or songs from another band. As long as you have the albums the songs came on, it's legal.

By the way, KaZaA Lite costs money.


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