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Friday, February 17, 2006

Pain Of Salvation - Entropia (1997)

Progressive Metal
Sweden

their debut :) for your collection!

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VOOZ8ZXX

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Daniel2026@aol.com: You rule! Thanks, man. I would buy this CD, but I figured if I've already burned some CDs by Opeth and Pain of Salvation, two of my favorite bands, then I've pretty much gone beyond what I'd thought I'd ever do. Therefore, I'll burn almost anything. Anyway, burning two out of 5 PoS albums isn't that bad and four out of 7 Opeth albums isn't too bad. At least I've bought some of their work.

At any length, it seems that if artists really cared about the possibility that people were burning and not buying their music, they would go the route of Lars Ulrich of Metallica and start suing various companies and individuals. Plus, many people frown on burning music and such and saying that it's a crime, etc.; however, they don't enforce any kind of laws against it.

It's very difficult to prosecute people who do this kind of thing and if you have to go through so much effort to enforce a law/s then it's probably not worth the trouble. I'm sorry, but I don't feel so guilty about it. If I could tell that the government was truly serious about this and it really is a punishable crime instead of something that is frowned upon, than perhaps I would feel more guilty about it. Otherwise, artists need to start caring more about their music and doing something about it.

The way I see it, I do kinda think that you should let an album have some time to sell first before burning it. I don't believe in bootlegging and getting albums before they come out that much. If an album has been out for years and has probably sold a lot, then that's an ideal time to burn it.

Friday, February 17, 2006 10:51:00 PM  

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