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mirtchevman
mirtchevman
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Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP

i'd say that all the time wasted debating this issue is worth about... 8 bucks... ;)

Sep 25, 2009, 19:55


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mirtchevman
mirtchevman
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Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP

s_lush_s wrote:
then, if everything goes according to my plan, a musician would only be paid for playing a live show.


vincent gallo does that now. he's stopped recording music, only plays it live. changes the entire experience when you know wthat going in -- you pay much more attention...

Sep 25, 2009, 19:58


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Squirrel M. Nutter
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Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP

Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:


There is a section on the Green Screen called The Black Market, where people download copyrighted material ALL the time, such as for example, McCarthy--Tim Gane's band, no less. I don't see you all up in arms about that. You know why? You are a hypocrite.


That's been established. But it sounds like you're still trying to justify obtaining the download illegally. If you want it, pay for it. Why is that so hard to understand?


I'm not attempting to justify anything. I'm pointing out that it's unethical for Broadcast to tempt us into buying both the inferior mp3 and the official product. If they really wanted to do us a favor by releasing the mp3 early, they could have rewarded those who preordered the album with a free download, and made it available to purchase for those who only want the mp3.


They are not unethical. No one is required to make a free download available. If you think it is an inferior product, then wait for the hard copy release.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


I'd say it's unethical. Other bands have set a precedent for making the mp3 available to those who preorder. Their choice not to do so is an obvious money grab. It's greedy.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.

Sep 25, 2009, 20:07


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Left Boob Oscillator
Left Boob Oscillator
1371 posts

Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP

Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:


There is a section on the Green Screen called The Black Market, where people download copyrighted material ALL the time, such as for example, McCarthy--Tim Gane's band, no less. I don't see you all up in arms about that. You know why? You are a hypocrite.


That's been established. But it sounds like you're still trying to justify obtaining the download illegally. If you want it, pay for it. Why is that so hard to understand?


I'm not attempting to justify anything. I'm pointing out that it's unethical for Broadcast to tempt us into buying both the inferior mp3 and the official product. If they really wanted to do us a favor by releasing the mp3 early, they could have rewarded those who preordered the album with a free download, and made it available to purchase for those who only want the mp3.


They are not unethical. No one is required to make a free download available. If you think it is an inferior product, then wait for the hard copy release.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


I'd say it's unethical. Other bands have set a precedent for making the mp3 available to those who preorder. Their choice not to do so is an obvious money grab. It's greedy.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


Cheeso, I'd like you to admit you are a hypocrite and a bully, and apologize to me, k., JS, and whoever else you have intentionally flamed for no reason.

Sep 25, 2009, 20:44


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Squirrel M. Nutter
890 posts

Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP

Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:


There is a section on the Green Screen called The Black Market, where people download copyrighted material ALL the time, such as for example, McCarthy--Tim Gane's band, no less. I don't see you all up in arms about that. You know why? You are a hypocrite.


That's been established. But it sounds like you're still trying to justify obtaining the download illegally. If you want it, pay for it. Why is that so hard to understand?


I'm not attempting to justify anything. I'm pointing out that it's unethical for Broadcast to tempt us into buying both the inferior mp3 and the official product. If they really wanted to do us a favor by releasing the mp3 early, they could have rewarded those who preordered the album with a free download, and made it available to purchase for those who only want the mp3.


They are not unethical. No one is required to make a free download available. If you think it is an inferior product, then wait for the hard copy release.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


I'd say it's unethical. Other bands have set a precedent for making the mp3 available to those who preorder. Their choice not to do so is an obvious money grab. It's greedy.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


Cheeso, I'd like you to admit you are a hypocrite and a bully, and apologize to me, k., JS, and whoever else you have intentionally flamed for no reason.


Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.

Sep 25, 2009, 20:46


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Left Boob Oscillator
Left Boob Oscillator
1371 posts

Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP

Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:
Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
Left Boob Oscillator wrote:


There is a section on the Green Screen called The Black Market, where people download copyrighted material ALL the time, such as for example, McCarthy--Tim Gane's band, no less. I don't see you all up in arms about that. You know why? You are a hypocrite.


That's been established. But it sounds like you're still trying to justify obtaining the download illegally. If you want it, pay for it. Why is that so hard to understand?


I'm not attempting to justify anything. I'm pointing out that it's unethical for Broadcast to tempt us into buying both the inferior mp3 and the official product. If they really wanted to do us a favor by releasing the mp3 early, they could have rewarded those who preordered the album with a free download, and made it available to purchase for those who only want the mp3.


They are not unethical. No one is required to make a free download available. If you think it is an inferior product, then wait for the hard copy release.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


I'd say it's unethical. Other bands have set a precedent for making the mp3 available to those who preorder. Their choice not to do so is an obvious money grab. It's greedy.

Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


Cheeso, I'd like you to admit you are a hypocrite and a bully, and apologize to me, k., JS, and whoever else you have intentionally flamed for no reason.


Can you admit that if you obtain the download without paying it is theft? It's a simple "yes or no" question.


Cheeso, I'd like you to admit you are a hypocrite and a bully, and apologize to me, k., JS, and whoever else you have intentionally flamed for no reason.

Sep 25, 2009, 20:54


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c in dc
c in dc
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Re: Stop begging for copies of the Broadcast EP



Sep 25, 2009, 23:08


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GaryB
GaryB
1554 posts

Well done C!

We hereby hijack this thread. All bickering and name-calling must end forthwith!

Here's a great song by THE FALL to listen to:



Sep 25, 2009, 23:20


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GaryB
GaryB
1554 posts

Communists are just part-time workers!

Another classy Fall 'number'.

This thread now officialy rules:



:)

Sep 25, 2009, 23:22


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c in dc
c in dc
1032 posts

Can't buy me love...



Sep 25, 2009, 23:33

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