MP3 Sharing sites

Discussion in 'Green Room' started by Steely, Jul 26, 2002.

  1. Steely

    Steely OSNN Addict

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    With AudioGalaxy out of action, anyone know of any similar sites/utils?




    Dan
     
  2. Iceman

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  3. surge

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    yep heres a site for ya

    www.hmv.co.uk

    and the util to get them is located in your wallet or bank account
    lol
     
  4. 2z

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  5. bobgoblin

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    Why use Internet sites. Use IRC. Go to Mirc.com
    Lots and Lots of mp3's there.
     
  6. Steely

    Steely OSNN Addict

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    Oh yeah sure, pay extortionate amounts of money on the high street for an album!! £15 an album is robbery and until things change big time in the music industry, there's no way I'm changing from MP3's. Saying that, there are a few albums that I will fork out the $, just to support the group, only a few mind you.

    Let's face it, no matter how many file sharing sites/P2P utils the industry closes down,there will always be another 2 or 3 round the corner willing to take their place. Hell, even the Music system manufactuers are getting wise to it and introducing MP3 players into their Hi-Fi systems or DVD players!!!
     
  7. seeme

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    i dont think its against the rules of the house.

    for great vocal trance.
    removed: Iceman

    for full albums
    [urlurl removed: Iceman/[/url]

    both sites were removed because they gave away copyrighted material, it was removed for that reason: Iceman :cool:

    but to actually search for MP3's, in my opinion nothing beats winMX.

    hope this helps. im always willing to help out fellow mp3ers!
    :)
     
  8. 2z

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    :D
    I really need a faster connection
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  9. madmain1

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    Try imesh! Its about the best I have seen since AG! I have try a few other sites but imesh seems to be the best so far.:cool:
     
  10. surge

    surge OSNN Senior Addict

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    when tryingto download after a search form this url

    Link Removed: Iceman

    norton AV allerts u to a java script Exploit.

    so i guess the best way is to use P2P progs to download your mp3's
     
  11. stkootic

    stkootic Guest

    For file trading Kazaa Lite is the ticket. No spyware or adware. WinMX and Morpheus have it. Also a real good connection, 1.5+Mbps works. If you have the hdd space and a real good sound card, speaker combination try for the 160 or higher kbps - it just sounds better.
     
  12. um why the need of this site to make you install a 'download applet' ?? stinks of spyware if you ask me...
     
  13. Iceman

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    Ok, enough already, do not post links to sites that give away copyrighted material, period.

    P2P on the other hand does have some legitimate uses.

    :cool:
     
  14. theone1

    theone1 Guest

    WinMX does not have spyware!!!and,unlike kazaa or kazaa lite,its not full of virii!
     
  15. [CpK]Bastid

    [CpK]Bastid Guest

    sorry catch but not all mp3 are copyrighted thus not illegal...and if i wanna share my homemade pornos of me an my hand...why cant i...lololool:)

    bearshare
    edonkey
    limewire
    morpheus
    winmx
    imesh
     
  16. Perris Calderon

    Perris Calderon Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    I don't use any of these sites...everyone here already knows how much I rag on kazaa, and all the rest....you've all seen me say "I don't share files, I send them"

    that said, if a legitimate tool is used by some illegitimately, nothing we should do about that.

    so long as there's a legitimate purpose for any service, then it's up to each individual to his own conscience.

    obvious example...anyone here think we should ban hunting knives?

    I didn't think so

    on the other hand, if a weapon was marketed as a tool for murder, then of course you'd restrict access.

    same thing for these sites...if the marketing and design is legitimate...it's use is conciencious
     
  17. [CpK]Bastid

    [CpK]Bastid Guest

    i think there should be a ban on all weapons knives,spoons,forks

    no need to hunt when i have a grocery store...lol:)
     
  18. Iceman

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    Please, lets not get off topic here, the P2P question is a legit question and should be addresed like the thread starter wanted information on.

    It was decided that those sites listed had to go, dealer was only commiting on a pm he got from someone who wanted the thread closed and he was explianing his thoughts on the subject. The thread will not be closed unless it gets worse, as it is a good question.

    Hope I cleared the question up.



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  19. 2z

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  20. dave holbon

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    What about records long out of print that you can't purchase either in a store or on-line? Some of these (in fact most) can only be obtained using peer-to-peer downloading services.

    Not all are illegal.