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Plentry of new albums to choose from!

New albums from Take That, Rihanna etc...

2 for £7 - can't go wrong...
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#1
wow this is hot cheers
#2
Nice one, just purchased 12 albums!
#3
just got 2 albums brilliant
#4
Free new albums on im1
#5
Na Na niiiiiiiiiiiii n dubz n rihanna coming me way :)
#6
mp3 albums? Have these not been free since napster?
1 Like #7
scott_w_1981
Na Na niiiiiiiiiiiii n dubz n rihanna coming me way :)


N Dubz?

Please kill yourself.
#8
Sorry where are they 2 for £7? They come up as full price.
#9
It says at the top of the page mate:

Two MP3 Albums for £7

When you add to basket, it will reduce cost
1 Like #10
Sweet, got two for £6.40 as my NUS discount is for the full amount :-)
#11
Cheers OP gone for a couple.
#12
Only wish i'd known this sooner - downloaded 2 Albums for hubby 2 days ago from iTunes store for Xmas (costing £15 for both) thinking they'd download as MP3s (never used it before) but of course they don't, so i've now had to burn to 3x CDs instead as he doesn't have an iPod and doesn't use mine grrr.....

Hot anyway.
#13
Thanks
1 Like #14
Ta got a couple, electonic 80's & Ellie Goulding for £7 cool thanx :) x
#15
Haylhoo
Only wish i'd known this sooner - downloaded 2 Albums for hubby 2 days ago from iTunes store for Xmas (costing £15 for both) thinking they'd download as MP3s (never used it before) but of course they don't, so i've now had to burn to 3x CDs instead as he doesn't have an iPod and doesn't use mine grrr.....

Hot anyway.


Most iTunes albums should be playable on other media devices - they use unprotected .aac files. If not, you can use iTunes to convert them to MP3 (though this will involve a small loss in quality).
#16
lukealexander
Haylhoo
Only wish i'd known this sooner - downloaded 2 Albums for hubby 2 days ago from iTunes store for Xmas (costing £15 for both) thinking they'd download as MP3s (never used it before) but of course they don't, so i've now had to burn to 3x CDs instead as he doesn't have an iPod and doesn't use mine grrr.....

Hot anyway.


Most iTunes albums should be playable on other media devices - they use unprotected .aac files. If not, you can use iTunes to convert them to MP3 (though this will involve a small loss in quality).


Don't want to hijack this deal thread - would you mind PMing me to explain how to do this? I've looked and can't work out how to convert them.
Someone told me that iTunes store music IS protected so didn't think it could be done.
Help would be MUCH appreciated. Cheers!

p.s. copied them directly from iTunes to an MP3 player - they showed on the device (and played) on my PC but the device is showing No Music when unplugged.

Edited By: Haylhoo on Dec 25, 2010 17:39
#17
Select the song(s) you wish to convert to mp3, then right-click on them and select "create mp3 version". Alternatively, once you have selected the songs, you can click on Advanced > Create mp3 Version (the "advanced button is in the row next to "Files/Edit/View/Controls/Store" at the top of iTunes). It'll take a little while to convert (5-10min) but it is as easy as that.



Haylhoo
lukealexander
Haylhoo
Only wish i'd known this sooner - downloaded 2 Albums for hubby 2 days ago from iTunes store for Xmas (costing £15 for both) thinking they'd download as MP3s (never used it before) but of course they don't, so i've now had to burn to 3x CDs instead as he doesn't have an iPod and doesn't use mine grrr.....

Hot anyway.


Most iTunes albums should be playable on other media devices - they use unprotected .aac files. If not, you can use iTunes to convert them to MP3 (though this will involve a small loss in quality).


Don't want to hijack this deal thread - would you mind PMing me to explain how to do this? I've looked and can't work out how to convert them.
Someone told me that iTunes store music IS protected so didn't think it could be done.
Help would be MUCH appreciated. Cheers!

p.s. copied them directly from iTunes to an MP3 player - they showed on the device (and played) on my PC but the device is showing No Music when unplugged.
#18
Heat added.Although I wish Amazon and some of these bigger company's would start stocking Flacs,it would make me more inclined to actually buy them.

Edited By: casualtailor on Dec 25, 2010 18:11
#19
Heat added! £14 for four albums - bargain!
#20
Thanks a lot got 5 for 16.99. Suede best of has 35 tracks on it and all the ministry of sound albums are top value too.
#21
leedale30
mp3 albums? Have these not been free since napster?

YEEEEAAAH BOYZ, Bring the Noise.
#22
LssL
Select the song(s) you wish to convert to mp3, then right-click on them and select "create mp3 version". Alternatively, once you have selected the songs, you can click on Advanced > Create mp3 Version (the "advanced button is in the row next to "Files/Edit/View/Controls/Store" at the top of iTunes). It'll take a little while to convert (5-10min) but it is as easy as that.



Haylhoo
lukealexander
Haylhoo
Only wish i'd known this sooner - downloaded 2 Albums for hubby 2 days ago from iTunes store for Xmas (costing £15 for both) thinking they'd download as MP3s (never used it before) but of course they don't, so i've now had to burn to 3x CDs instead as he doesn't have an iPod and doesn't use mine grrr.....

Hot anyway.


Most iTunes albums should be playable on other media devices - they use unprotected .aac files. If not, you can use iTunes to convert them to MP3 (though this will involve a small loss in quality).


Don't want to hijack this deal thread - would you mind PMing me to explain how to do this? I've looked and can't work out how to convert them.
Someone told me that iTunes store music IS protected so didn't think it could be done.
Help would be MUCH appreciated. Cheers!

p.s. copied them directly from iTunes to an MP3 player - they showed on the device (and played) on my PC but the device is showing No Music when unplugged.


For some reason it doesn't show those options either way. Perhaps they are removed because they are bought from the store?
#23
Haylhoo
LssL
Select the song(s) you wish to convert to mp3, then right-click on them and select "create mp3 version". Alternatively, once you have selected the songs, you can click on Advanced > Create mp3 Version (the "advanced button is in the row next to "Files/Edit/View/Controls/Store" at the top of iTunes). It'll take a little while to convert (5-10min) but it is as easy as that.



Haylhoo
lukealexander
Haylhoo
Only wish i'd known this sooner - downloaded 2 Albums for hubby 2 days ago from iTunes store for Xmas (costing £15 for both) thinking they'd download as MP3s (never used it before) but of course they don't, so i've now had to burn to 3x CDs instead as he doesn't have an iPod and doesn't use mine grrr.....

Hot anyway.


Most iTunes albums should be playable on other media devices - they use unprotected .aac files. If not, you can use iTunes to convert them to MP3 (though this will involve a small loss in quality).


Don't want to hijack this deal thread - would you mind PMing me to explain how to do this? I've looked and can't work out how to convert them.
Someone told me that iTunes store music IS protected so didn't think it could be done.
Help would be MUCH appreciated. Cheers!

p.s. copied them directly from iTunes to an MP3 player - they showed on the device (and played) on my PC but the device is showing No Music when unplugged.


For some reason it doesn't show those options either way. Perhaps they are removed because they are bought from the store?


That's strange, it works on my purchased tracks. Are you running the latest version of iTunes?
#24
I'll check for updates - will be chuffed if that makes a difference.

Cheers for the advice!
#25
A lot of excellent albums in there - thanks!
#26
Can I purchase this and download it onto a Ipod touch or can I only download music from itunes store?
banned#27
leedale30
mp3 albums? Have these not been free since napster?

Oh well just be glad that there are a few remaining people that are gullible / charitable enough to keep the music Cartels in business for the rest of us I guess.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeTybKL1pM4
banned#28
richto
leedale30
mp3 albums? Have these not been free since napster?


Oh well just be glad that there are a few remaining people that are gullible / charitable enough to keep the music Cartels in business for the rest of us I guess.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeTybKL1pM4


Music companies are businesses who invest in new bands and give them exposure.

I personally feel that one should pay a fair price for somebody's work, it's what I expect in my line of business.

If you disagree then that's fine, but imagine someone just taking that Big Mac you made for them without paying. How would you feel?
banned#29
cambourne03
Can I purchase this and download it onto a Ipod touch or can I only download music from itunes store?


They'll work fine on an iPod Touch. ;)
banned 1 Like #30
FilthAndFurry


Music companies are businesses who invest in new bands and give them exposure.

I personally feel that one should pay a fair price for somebody's work, it's what I expect in my line of business.

If you disagree then that's fine, but imagine someone just taking that Big Mac you made for them without paying. How would you feel?

Undoubtedly they do, but then there are bands who have made a success by simply publishing their work online, or by word of mouth without a record deal. so that is not an essential function.

Your money, your choice. I spend mine on HDDs instead.

If someone cloned my Big MAC, leaving the original untouched and without affecting my Big MAC in anyway whatsoever, I would have no reason to care.
banned#31
richto
FilthAndFurry


Music companies are businesses who invest in new bands and give them exposure.

I personally feel that one should pay a fair price for somebody's work, it's what I expect in my line of business.

If you disagree then that's fine, but imagine someone just taking that Big Mac you made for them without paying. How would you feel?


Undoubtedly they do, but then there are bands who have made a success by simply publishing their work online, or by word of mouth without a record deal. so that is not an essential function.

Your money, your choice. I spend mine on HDDs instead.

If someone cloned my Big MAC, leaving the original untouched and without affecting my Big MAC in anyway whatsoever, I would have no reason to care.


Who are these bands who aren't signed to a record company? I'm no great fan of 'the suits', but I don't see that as a reason to enjoy music without paying for it. That's just me though. Prices used to be to high, so there was some tenuous justification for piracy. Now brand new albums are dirt cheap.

It means even the least well off can afford to pay for music and still have enough left over for HDDs.

As for the Big Mac analogy, it's not simply an issue of it not affecting the original product, it's a matter of principal that if someone produces a product you deem worthy of consumption then you should pay a fair price for it.

If everyone just took music and films for free then where is the incentive to invest?
#32
60 odd tracks each for a couple of albums, an AMAZING deal! Many thanks :)

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