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Old 03-30-2008, 05:56 AM   #21
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I Remeber reading they wanted to put a Tax on torrenters,that tax would go to the artists's/authors of whatever you are downloading,therefore making it legal.
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Was it the Manic Street Preachers that released an album online and you could then pay what you think it was worth?

I personally think thats a great idea and it would certainly mean that we would not have so much of the trash that is called mainstream these days, I would gladly pay 15 for an album which I think is worth it.

The itunes idea is not a bad one, Napster done it before I subscribed to that, just meant I was more free to experiment with my musical tastes and listen to something which I would not necessarily listen to before. I would happily pay between 10-20 a month. If it meant that the entire catalogue including tv shows etc was available.
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Was it the Manic Street Preachers that released an album online and you could then pay what you think it was worth?

I personally think thats a great idea and it would certainly mean that we would not have so much of the trash that is called mainstream these days, I would gladly pay 15 for an album which I think is worth it.
This would be such a good idea! Some Albums i have bought i wouldnt have bought them at all had i listened to it before i payed for them,but others i would have payed more than i orignally payed for them.
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Old 03-30-2008, 03:22 PM   #24
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I Remeber reading they wanted to put a Tax on torrenters,that tax would go to the artists's/authors of whatever you are downloading,therefore making it legal.
Fine by me. Might even put them on "regular" sites with a central server to make downloads more reliable, or better yet, an FTP site.
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