NO MORE DOWNLOADING FROM POWERTAB.NET!!! I don't where to start a thread on this one so I started it here.... Yes it's been disabled.... god damn !!!
LOL. Maybe the RIAA will want to make it illegal to download photographs people take and post online. Perhaps downloading someone's typed opinion will be next.fettouhi said:I guess jemsite is next .
shhhh..... the RIAA might hear you and you made too much sense, nevermind admitted to "fair use" copying which any government worldwide can invalidate at the request of the RIAA. :lol: ...glenStoneHands said:aaargghhh, another thing that really pisses me off.
I feel so ripped by the music industry today. All these artists and musiccompanies about complaining that sales went down......while driving their xx.no shining car, parked at their second home.
Who f*cked up the industry in the first place?
Back in the vinyl days one could buy a new record (Holland) for 22 guilders.
Let's say €10,- in todays currency. I really bought loads of records back then.....
I liked the big covers and lyric sleeves. Then the cd was introduced and we, the potential buyers, got ripped from that point. Prices went down fortunately last years but sometimes when I take a look in the record stores, we have to pay twice the price of a vinyl record, insane!!!!! Smaller covers, you need glasses to read the lyrics and much more expensive while the production of cd's is much cheaper then vinyl records. Besides that, copying music and such has always been there. In the vinyl days we copied to cassettes, nowaydays we rip cd's or dl them. No difference for me.....
If cd's were correctly priced I would buy lots of them, but since they are NOT and the industry tries to rip us I will NOT.
I support bands which I like by going to their concerts and buy some shirts,
which has become an expensive thing as well.......
Hahaha, :lol:, well I'm not afraid to loudly present my opinion about this matter. You know what? We should sew all those greedy musicproduction companies and retailers for artificial maintaining of prices, because that's what's happening and most people don't get that.jemsite said:shhhh..... the RIAA might hear you and you made too much sense, nevermind admitted to "fair use" copying which any government worldwide can invalidate at the request of the RIAA. :lol: ...glen