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Arcade Fire | The Suburbs - Download only £4.99 @ TuneTribe
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Good album, I downloaded for $1.60 though;)

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Dantooine

Good album, I downloaded for $1.60 though;)



Legit, where from?

Greg136

Legit, where from?



Probably not! But not as bad as file sharing... mp3million.com/

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Probably not! But not as bad as file sharing... … Probably not! But not as bad as file sharing... http://www.mp3million.com/



I read that it's a Russian based site that exploits some loophole in Russian law, so the artists don't get any money from the sale, so it kind of is as bad as file sharing :P
Edited by: "Greg136" 18th Aug 2010

No if you are paying the wrong person, I think that is (morally) worse than file sharing.
it says "not only am I not going to pay the artist, I am too stupid/lazy to find the content for free. and I don't care that someone else is going to profit from the artist's work."
I'm not even sure which is worse - paying the music labels, or paying some Russian mafia.
Not a fan of Arcade Fire btw, but this really annoys me! If you like an artist and can afford it, buy their stuff. Or pirate the songs and go to their shows. But don't take this lame cop-out that helps no one.

Maybe you think you can get viruses or something from mp3s well.. 1) you can't and 2) what makes you think a possibly illegal russian business is safer than that uploaded by some music fans?

Edited by: "Smiff" 18th Aug 2010

Smiff

No if you are paying the wrong person, I think that is (morally) worse … No if you are paying the wrong person, I think that is (morally) worse than file sharing.it says "not only am I not going to pay the artist, I am too stupid/lazy to find the content for free. and I don't care that someone else is going to profit from the artist's work."I'm not even sure which is worse - paying the music labels, or paying some Russian mafia.Not a fan of Arcade Fire btw, but this really annoys me! If you like an artist and can afford it, buy their stuff. Or pirate the songs and go to their shows. But don't take this lame cop-out that helps no one.Maybe you think you can get viruses or something from mp3s well.. 1) you can't and 2) what makes you think a possibly illegal russian business is safer than that uploaded by some music fans?



7 Legality and security note \ go to top
Q: Is your web site legal?
A: Yes, the activity of Mp3million.com is carried out according to the legislation of the license agreement N67/27M-11 of the Rightholders Federation for Collective Copyright Management of Works Used Interactively (NP "FAIR"). Service mp3million.com pays full-scale author's royalties to owners of pieces of music, trademarks, names, slogans and other copyright objects used on the site. Any further distribution, resale or broadcasting is prohibited.

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Q: If your web site is legal, why your prices are so low?
A: Our company and licensing authority is located outside of USA and we do not have to follow any minimum regulations of other countries.

Dantooine

7 Legality and security note \ go to topQ: Is your web site legal? A: … 7 Legality and security note \ go to topQ: Is your web site legal? A: Yes, the activity of Mp3million.com is carried out according to the legislation of the license agreement N67/27M-11 of the Rightholders Federation for Collective Copyright Management of Works Used Interactively (NP "FAIR"). Service www.Mp3million.com pays full-scale author's royalties to owners of pieces of music, trademarks, names, slogans and other copyright objects used on the site. Any further distribution, resale or broadcasting is prohibited. go to top Q: If your web site is legal, why your prices are so low? A: Our company and licensing authority is located outside of USA and we do not have to follow any minimum regulations of other countries.

if the artists get any money is another matter
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