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I love music. I like listening to many kinds of music so I have tons of it in digital format. All of which is not paid for. I have tons of CDs and M has many too, but it's been a while since I bought CD. I prefer digital formats.

This week couple of major artists (Madonna, NiN, Radiohead, Oasis, Jamiroquai,..) decided to ditch their record labels and go "solo". There is much debate around the web why this is good and that those bands are already filthy reach. But for it is a sing that there is something terribly wrong in music industry and some kind of change is imminent. Hell yeah!

Since iTunes Store is not available in our neck of the woods (where is iTunes EU?!) I had a unique opportunity to legally buy music from a major artists today.

So I proudly purchased In Rainbows from Radiohead and paid 1 GBP for 10 songs.


Listening to the album right now for the first time and is cool. Rather dark, but cool.


Posted on Sunday, October 14, 2007 9:52 PM | Filed under: Music Internet |


# re: Finally I (legally) bought some music 10/14/2007 10:35 PM Mladen
i have to recommed The BossHoss.
they simply rock.
they're a bit weird but still great

# re: Finally I (legally) bought some music 10/14/2007 11:02 PM David
Wikipedia says The HoggBoss is "Country Trash Punk Rock". You got me interested! :)

# re: Finally I (legally) bought some music 10/15/2007 8:26 AM Mladen
i'm addicted to them for the past 3 days...

# re: Finally I (legally) bought some music 5/25/2009 8:51 AM קומיקס
Thats the spirit. i feel terrible about illegal downloading of music. it's high time record companies understood that they should sell music on the net and demand fair prices. other wise the music industry will become the sick man of the shakespearean denemark

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