Well, they finally did it. Dream Theater seems to have sold out, to the paranoid record companies. I can't read their new CD "at all" on my computer. The songs don't even show up. Normally I can see the .cda files, and record to MP3 using MusicMatch or EasyCD Creator or some such thing. But the new CD doesn't read "at all". In fact, it doesn't even start my Windows Media Player like most normal CD's do. My computer isn't recognizing it as a legitimate audio CD. I'm sure it's a copy protection thing, another in the long line of woefully inadequate tricks the record companies have come up with, most of which don't work at all, and some of which (like this one) cause even worse problems (like a complete inability to play the CD on my favorite machine)! I'm pissed. I spent 15 bucks on the CD and it'll only play on one of the three platforms I use. I feel like firing off a nasty note to the RIAA, to tell them what a bunch of boneheads they are. But, I get the feeling it won't do any good. What can a poor boy do? (But play in a rock 'n' roll band)?