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Now That's What I Call Music 70 - Only £6.48! Download only

.wma format only so not compatible with ipods
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#1
Not a bad deal - obviously apple not allowing it on ipods so they can protect their vast profits which at I think 79p a track would cost £33.97. No wonder people download illegally well done woolies 15p a track.
#2
It's not even worth that much.

If they made the CD that price, that'd be a good deal.
#3
does any one know if the wma is losslesss, and if this comes with CD Burning rights??
#4
garbage456
i hate ipods get an mp3 player about 80% cheaper has FM radio, sometimes they have FM transmitters as well, record memo's, calendar etc !!


I hate them too, too protected.
#5
why dont you load rockbox on your ipod and free it!!
#6
unileeds
does any one know if the wma is losslesss, and if this comes with CD Burning rights??

it's not lossless but it is 192kbps. You can burn it to CD up to 5 times and transfer it to 3 different devices!
#7
cant u burn it to cd, then rip it with itunes, therefore converting to ipod???

as you technically own the cd as you own the music, isnt this all 100% kosher

-Ric
#8
So it's not lossless, you can only burn it so many times, you can't properly transfer it to Ipod and it has an average bitrate (192 instead of 360). All this for 6.48, a price you could probably get the physical CD for if you shop on Ebay.

Great......welcome to the world of mp3.

Voted cold...only good for people who dont appreciate audio and listen to songs on ****** mobile phones.
#9
anyone know a place where FLAC encoded audio is available to buy?
#10
unileeds
anyone know a place where FLAC encoded audio is available to buy?


Nowhere sadly, the general public are happy to buy low bitrate mp3 so there is no demand for it.

The best option still is to buy CDs and rip them yourself..like the good old days.
#11
glancy
cant u burn it to cd, then rip it with itunes, therefore converting to ipod???

as you technically own the cd as you own the music, isnt this all 100% kosher

-Ric


This is actually illegal under UK law.
#12
.wma format only so not compatible with ipods


couldnt you rip it to wmplayer then convert it?
#13
Dudley
This is actually illegal under UK law.


hmmm how is that? I thought you got burn rights to the MP3, and then itunes lets you transfer the music to a portable player (whether it rips it or how, I technically dont "want to" know :) ) so as far as I see it, I have used a piece of software that lets me transfer the CD contents to a portable player. I think if its illegal, itunes should take the fall for it :)
#14
The UK law has many loopholes and contradictions!

This does not interest me at all, I never use .wma files, only mp3. I have an iPod which is a dream mp3 player ('protection' issues are exaggerated), as well as a bog-standard mp3 player as emergency, plus my phone. None accept .wma, plus I am a Mac user and there's not much support for these files.

Why can't these companies just use mp3? Very frustrating!

Voted warm as this may be *slightly* cheaper and quicker/easier compared to CD for those who have .wma compatible mp3 players.
#15
Isn't the CD less than a tenner (sure I saw it at Tesco's). Cold from me I'm afraid, just doesn't seem very good value for what you get compared to the physical copy...
#16
£9.70 in Tescos i think...

All the prices for this CD here: http://www.find-cd.co.uk/cds/B0019I168M-Various-Artists-Now-Thats-What-I-Call-Music-70.htm
#17
WaxMechaniK
The UK law has many loopholes and contradictions!

This does not interest me at all, I never use .wma files, only mp3. I have an iPod which is a dream mp3 player ('protection' issues are exaggerated), as well as a bog-standard mp3 player as emergency, plus my phone. None accept .wma, plus I am a Mac user and there's not much support for these files.

Why can't these companies just use mp3? Very frustrating!

Voted warm as this may be *slightly* cheaper and quicker/easier compared to CD for those who have .wma compatible mp3 players.

The UK has no choice but to use .wma files I thought...

Is there such thing as a site that sells mp3s to the UK consumer? Ive been looking for a very long time.
#18
I paid to download this on friday morning and everytime i tried to download it the internet explorer shut down and now it wont let me download it as it says ive downloaded a maximum amount of times. Ive emailed them but no reply so i have paid for absolutely nothing
#19
well the trouble is that MP3 is a lossless format. i know pple say it doesnt make a difference, and thats what I thought. I now use FLAC, and the audio quality difference is mind boggling. I therefore try and get FLACs whenever and wherever possible. The codec is free, and rockbox plays it on my Sandisk Mp3 and I am considering Rockboxing my Ipod as well.

As far as MP3 goes, PLAY sell MP3's and so do Woolworths (though some are wma's on woolies)...further you can get MP3 tracks from Amazon by going through proxies and hwat not!! Personally I'd try to get CD's and or FLACs wherever and whenever possible!!
#20
Good price voted HOT

I download my singles from Tesco....To be honest they offer MP3 (some tracks) but mostly WMA......I HATE wma's as it's so restrictive and have just bought an Ipod Touch which is also soooooo restricitive....I loved my Archos before it died.........RIP

MP3 all the way........Apple....nice looking device by the interface is sooooo rubbish! (itunes)

B
#21
pinkkitty2007
I paid to download this on friday morning and everytime i tried to download it the internet explorer shut down and now it wont let me download it as it says ive downloaded a maximum amount of times. Ive emailed them but no reply so i have paid for absolutely nothing


I have now received a reply telling me to uninstall the helix download manager and reinstall to solve the download issues but the exact same has happened again and the woolworths site says again that i cant download it again as i have had my limit of downloads and havent even downloaded it once yet. Totally annoyed and not ever using them again.

Has anyone else had any problems with downloading or is it just me?

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