#2
If they do it we'll just find a way around it, anyway.
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#3
do the business execs in the music industry really buy their music they listen to? i've wondered that for a long time. and TS, we'll probably just find a way around it.
#4
So it's like 5$ a month and I don't get in trouble for downloading? Sounds fine with me.
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#5
the music industry can suck my ****ing ****. seriously they need to pull their heads out of thier asses and realize that none of this ****ing **** is going to ****ing work.
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#6
Quote by yurfinlfntsy
If they do it we'll just find a way around it, anyway.


How. Theyre not charging us?

Are you an ISP?

Hello AOL.
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#7
Quote by NFFC_1865
How. Theyre not charging us?

Are you an ISP?

Hello AOL.



Who do you think is going to end up paying though?
#8
So pretty much, if we pay like $5 a month, we can download unlimited music for free legally? Beats iTunes.
#9
Quote by ttreat31
So pretty much, if we pay like $5 a month, we can download unlimited music for free legally? Beats iTunes.


Yeah, I would totally go for that. I'm happy to pay for music if the price is right, but 99 cents for every single song is just bullshit.
#10
I'm willing to bet that none of the fees would go to indie labels. Stupid greedy RIAA. What's that? You can't afford a 12-bedroom mansion because of evil downloaders? Fuc'k off.
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#12
They're really scraping the bottom of the barrel now. They must know that in the next five years they'll probably be extinct.
#13
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
the music industry can suck my ****ing ****. seriously they need to pull their heads out of thier asses and realize that none of this ****ing **** is going to ****ing work.

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#14
Quote by lolcats
They're really scraping the bottom of the barrel now. They must know that in the next five years they'll probably be extinct.


Well I hope not.

There are actually benefits to the existence of record labels, I hope we're not all too blind to see them. Let's face it, if record labels didn't help the artists whatsever - thene everyone would choose to remain unsigned.
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#15
Quote by Joe-Fish
So it's like 5$ a month and I don't get in trouble for downloading? Sounds fine with me.

same here
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#16
I gotta be honest, this is a really intelligent idea. I expected it to be something dumb, but this would get full support from me. Solves a lot of problems for only around 60 bucks per year extra.

I like the idea.
#17
If I download mainly demos, rehearsals and bootlegs of underground 80s thrash, death, black, doom and NWOBHM, thats not piracy is it? and what about stuff that is long ago sold out?
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