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Topic: MP3 Downloads ..
Posted By: [email protected]
Subject: MP3 Downloads ..
Date Posted: February 12 2004 at 08:55

I want to know if you guys are sharing and downloading a lot using the now famous P2P applications ?

If you tell the truth ... the RIAA wont sue you. Well not sure ..  

I found an interesting link yestesrday about an application to downloads and participate in File Sharing ... anonymously:

Go to article : http://www.securityfocus.com/news/8006 - http://www.securityfocus.com/news/8006  



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Prog On !



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Posted By: Joren
Date Posted: March 01 2004 at 08:55
I like using SoulSeek...


Posted By: Redstar
Date Posted: March 01 2004 at 10:38
The RIAA isn't after us downloading old Van der Graff & Gryphon songs; they want the kids that have Justin Timerlake's entire new album on their HD and the like.

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"http://mywebpages.comcast.net/moorglade/index.html" - 'There's a fine line between stupid and...clever'


Posted By: Joren
Date Posted: March 02 2004 at 03:54
You should already be punished for listening to that stuff


Posted By: Paco Fox
Date Posted: March 02 2004 at 09:37

I use soulseek. I must say that thanks to p2p software, I've been able to know many bands I otherwise wouldn't have notice, since buying an expensive import cd is quite a decision when you're paying a high mortage for your miserable flat

And when I get hooked by a group, I always end up buying the new cds. Usually via the groups' own website, to give them more profit and to 'pay' for my sin.. I recently did that with Mostly Autumn, for example.

It is more rare when I download a record and then I buy it. I've recently done it a cople of times, though.

 



Posted By: Zaragon
Date Posted: March 03 2004 at 01:19
Im a Macuser. using the program Drumbeat. Very good finding
servers, staying online for some days you might reach up too 300
servers at the time. Lots of quees and messages that user is
unavailable though, but with a litttle patience it works very well

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Strange avenues where you lose all sense of direction -And everywhere is Main Street in the winter sun.
Ian Anderson



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