#1
Anyone else think that this program is amazing? For those that don't know what it is, it's a music service that allows (afaik) unlimited free music downloads for people with college email adresses. They have a lot of music to choose from. The only downside is you can't burn them to disks, unless you have a program that unprotects music files. I'm pretty sure that you can put them on mp3 players though.
#2
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you can download music!?!?!?!?!?!


What makes this so spesh?
#3
It's legal, so you don't have to worry about how much you download or being caught.
#4
Quote by Spamwise
It's legal, so you don't have to worry about how much you download or being caught.

But I don't worry as it is.

Psh.
#5
Meh, I do. Last thing I need is my parents getting a warning from our ISP.
#7
Quote by lolcats
But I don't worry as it is.

Psh.


People like you are ruining the music business.
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#8
Quote by Mjod
People like you are ruining the music business.


>ruining the music business.
>music business
>business


people like you are ruining music
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#9
Quote by loganrocksabass
>ruining the music business.
>music business
>business


people like you are ruining music


#10
Quote by Mjod
People like you are ruining the music business.


no the music business is ruining the music business, illegal downloading may play a relatively minor role, but it's a lot more complicated than the RIAA makes it out to be.
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#11
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
no the music business is ruining the music business, illegal downloading may play a relatively minor role, but it's a lot more complicated than the RIAA makes it out to be.

This.

The music business was fucked the moment the internet started.

Thems are changin times people. Trent Reznor doesn't seem to mind, Radiohead don't seem to mind. Move on.