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    I just read on artical on G4TechTV about this service called ALLOFMP3. From the looks of it, it could be a legal, cheap way to get your music legally. There's also a review on Museekster.com. It may be worth checking out
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    I'd change your title to "questionably legal music downloads" because they adhere to Russian copyright law.

    But, they're cheap, and if it makes you feel better to pay for music (and if you feel your credit card info is safe on a russian server) then go ahead.
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    • #3
      Just posting the info for everyone to see, the general populance of this board can decide for themselves. However, according to the review on museekster.com no one has complained about the service in regards to Credit Fraud and I believe there is a way to pay via PayPal, I just haven't check too much into it yet .
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      • #4
        Yes you can pay via Paypal, my brother just download the usher cd for less than $2.00

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        • #5
          I d/led a whole bunch of songs last night, quality is pretty good for ~0.01 c/MB

          Thing is I live in Canada, and according to our law, it is legal to download music for personal use but not to upload it. The service is completely legal for me.
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          • #6
            You could always try...

            http://www.hedstrong.com or http://www.keithism.com

            they're my sites and I don't charge for my own tunes... cummon peeps it must interest someone.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by wizardPC
              I'd change your title to "questionably legal music downloads" because they adhere to Russian copyright law.
              Everyone knows the US RIAA has the right to attack even the martians for copyright infrigement
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              • #8
                Originally posted by sxpert
                Everyone knows the US RIAA has the right to attack even the martians for copyright infrigement
                They'll have better luck suind martians than russians There is no working legal system over there to speak of, and they sure as hell will not show up here to stand trial in US court.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by arkadiyp
                  They'll have better luck suind martians than russians There is no working legal system over there to speak of, and they sure as hell will not show up here to stand trial in US court.
                  obviously noones heard of the berne convention..
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