Prog and Other enjoyable music

Monday, April 02, 2007

ERGH!!!

Well... As my blog becomes more popular, there becomes a greater chance of those baastards who like to report "illegal" uploads. Although half the albums would be near impossible to find, they still believe I am taking money away from the artist... Well... 10 or so albums have been reported and removed by megaupload in the past day. I'm worried about possibilities of more of this happening (especially after upping lossless albums) But I love megauploads great system for managing files... Any suggestions, or easy to up backups? (and no rabbit shit is not an answer)

Anyway, thanks for holding with me for this period of assholery... And whoever is doing it... In god's name DONT BE A DICK

8 Comments:

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    It is a shit this happening!

    Try Sharebee that post in four sites once a time!

    Force to continue...

    Edson.
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    By Anonymous Edson/BR, at 4:36 PM  

  • I use partage-facile.com. Multiple downloads at one time possible. Hope this helps. John

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:49 AM  

  • Sharebee is the best. Uploads to megaupload, rapidshare, badongo and some other site.

    If you need any help reupping just ask.
    Gordon.

    By Anonymous Gordon, at 1:56 PM  

  • You are not only taking money away from the artists, but with out of print, you are taking money away from record stores. Don't you like to browse record stores? Why put them out of business?

    Also out of print records can get IN print with great booklets and liner notes and super quality digitizing IF people would stop giving the stuff away to such a degree that Rhino Handmade can't even guarantee 3,000 copies sold.

    So the Bastards who delete files for the right reasons (some are just competing bloggers) would say DON'T BE A DICKHEAD and leave all copyrighted music alone.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:39 PM  

  • I totally disagree with Anonymous' post. He told your blog is a problem to second hand stores. But, come on, one forgiven and dusty item in the back of a remote store in Poughkepsie is a lost item.

    Sharing posts like you do, enables people to get access to long-forgiven music from obscure places.

    Most of he music market has always taken place in a non-profit background and this isn't going to change. Especially speaking with progressive music from obscure '70 bands!

    Let's share treasure from the past!
    Let's enjoy it, all together!

    Armute

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:55 PM  

  • try mediafire.com : very cool

    By Blogger Jean-Philippe, at 1:45 PM  

  • just don't give up, if you do, they win and for no reason, where i live there is not a single chance to get any of this CDs, so the ones I like sometimes i can buy online to have my original, but if i can't listen to it first I will never buy it !

    Most of the complainers are pirates that print ilegal CDs pay nothing to the artists and most of the times produce mediocre copies.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:31 AM  

  • i think the ul-site you are looking for is definetely the divshare.

    By Anonymous wuk, at 3:28 PM  

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