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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by syciprider, May 18, 2006.
You can download songs for NINE cents each. The firm is in Russia.
Or you could find a good file sharing program and download songs for free.
The catch is that it is illegal. Not sure what the catch with that one is.... except that it supports Commies.
Commies? In Russia?
I've heard that some illegal pay download sites have been popping up. Basically they're charging people who think they are downloading legal music but they are just keeping all the money.
I don't get the commies reference. Was there supposed to be a wink?
Wow, it certainly is tough to find places to download legal music huh? So far those that I trust are only amazon and itunes?
That's what I stick to...of course, if you have a decent public library system (or in my case it was a college library), you can check out CDs there and burn them to your HD...if the library doesn't have the CD you want, you can usually fill out a request for the CD, and they'll order from another library...
It has to be legal because it says it right there in the name.
Seriously though...if the tracks are 9 cents each do you think the artists are actually getting any money?
They're just another in a line of Russian music services that take advantage of Russia's unethical copyright laws (or lack thereof). That way people can feel good about themselves when they rip off the artists because "it's legal".
I have a feeling these are the same chodes that would record shows with crappy recorders and then turn around and sell bootlegs for 50 bucks a pop.
Wow, zombie thread.