Well I know why they "pirated" it....it's a pain to download...you have to fill so much stuff out, but the music is FREE!
Definitely, a lot of folks didn't want to fill out the forms and in the case of a few co-workers of mine the download links were swamped and the downloads were slow at certain times. I actually thought this was going to be an even more grey area like renaming files in your browser cache directories to effectively download songs that are available on band websites and places like myspace.
Why buy the 160kbps crappy mp3's when you can get 320kbps or even FLAC encodes illegally? Or perhaps just buy the CD? They made a huge error in offering substandard encodes imho.
I beat the Internet... the end guy was hard
Grahf:Why buy the 160kbps crappy mp3's when you can get 320kbps or even FLAC encodes illegally? Or perhaps just buy the CD? They made a huge error in offering substandard encodes imho.
I agree with you there, funny thing is most of the sites in question were also offering the 160kbps files. there were definately more sources for the 160kbps files than any other versions. I'm not a RadioHead fan so I'm not that interested.
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