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Dom
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30th Oct 13 at 20:26   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24726078

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UK ISPs have been asked to block 21 more websites that are believed to be linked to pirated music.


Sites are -

  • Abmp3
  • BeeMP3
  • Bomb-Mp3
  • FileCrop
  • FilesTube
  • Mp3Juices
  • eMp3World
  • Mp3lemon
  • Mp3Raid
  • Mp3skull
  • NewAlbumReleases
  • Rapidlibrary
  • 1337x
  • BitSnoop
  • ExtraTorrent
  • Monova
  • TorrentCrazy
  • TorrentDownloads
  • TorrentHound
  • Torrentreactor
  • Torrentz


Bit of a pisser as a few of those were decent but hopefully a few of the better ones in the list will get proxy'd
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30th Oct 13 at 20:31   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Damn, used some of those. Just checked and talktalk has already blocked
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just rip music straight from youtube.
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Never used any of them, never used piratebay either.
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Extratorrent was pretty good. The mirror site worked earlier for it.
Dom
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quote:
Originally posted by chris_uk
just rip music straight from youtube.


No, just no


quote:
Originally posted by A2H GO
Never used any of them, never used piratebay either.




[Edited on 30-10-2013 by Dom]
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just google '<site> mirror'
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I buy all my music now and can say I don't miss Dogey downloads at all.
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I've not bothered with them since I started using Spotify, tenner a month to stream unlimited music to PC/Phone, pretty much every song you can think of. Far less hassle.

[Edited on 30-10-2013 by DannyB]
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quote:
Originally posted by chris_uk
just rip music straight from youtube.

Fine if quality doesn't bother you in the slightest
John
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Spotify seems ok at first glance but it's useless for households and you don't actually have any of the music if you stop the subscription.
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Don't be sore Dom, stop being a pauper and buy your music.
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I still don't know why people aren't using a better DNS provider, i.e OpenDNS

-Faster Browsing Speed
-Safer
-More Reliable
-No Sites Blocked



[Edited on 31-10-2013 by Bart]
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quote:
Originally posted by Gary
I buy all my music now and can say I don't miss Dogey downloads at all.


I still buy CDs
Dom
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Originally posted by A2H GO
Don't be sore Dom, stop being a pauper and buy your music.


I do purchase my music (mostly FLAC/WAV as i actually enjoy listening to music) and didn't say otherwise, so get off your horse you clueless fuck


Bart - Virgin have started to block IP ranges belonging to the sites, so changing DNS doesn't help (plus i've already tried).


Issue with Spotify is that they don't carry everything, even popular stuff let alone the more obscure artists. Usually find Grooveshark is better but the quality is Youtube pants.
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quote:
Originally posted by Jamie Walby
I still buy CDs
Same here. Often cheaper than buying digital, which is a real .


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quote:
Originally posted by Balling
quote:
Originally posted by Jamie Walby
I still buy CDs
Same here. Often cheaper than buying digital, which is a real .


I just like having a physical possession and also quite enjoy the books that come with CDs.
Dom
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quote:
Originally posted by Jamie Walby
quote:
Originally posted by Balling
quote:
Originally posted by Jamie Walby
I still buy CDs
Same here. Often cheaper than buying digital, which is a real .


I just like having a physical possession and also quite enjoy the books that come with CDs.


It's very rare to find decent artwork with CDs now, unless it's special editions or boxsets; better off purchasing the Vinyl for that.
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Tbh. I don't care much about owning a physical copy, just buy them when it's the cheaper option.

Fuck knows why iTunes seem to think I should pay full price for a 10 year old album, when I can get it for next to nothing at my local record store.

Also gives the benefit of being able to play them on my old analogue stereo, as I don't have an external DAC.


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quote:
Originally posted by Dom

Sites are -

  • Abmp3
  • BeeMP3
  • Bomb-Mp3
  • FileCrop
  • FilesTube
  • Mp3Juices
  • eMp3World
  • Mp3lemon
  • Mp3Raid
  • Mp3skull
  • NewAlbumReleases


Bit of a pisser as a few of those were decent


quote:
I do purchase my music...


Of course you do.
Dom
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quote:
Originally posted by A2H GO
Of course you do.


I copypasta'd a list off the BBC article and said i used some of the sites listed (actually only one but hey), never stated i use torrents or any of those sites to download music yet you've managed to '1+1 = 4' it.
And why are you even replying to the thread if it doesn't affect you or you have zero interest it in?

You're a fucking weirdo Ash, a talking bollocks weirdo!



Balling - Have a look at 7digital, albums are well priced if you can put up with MP3's (they do some FLAC but you tend to pay a few quid more for that). Otherwise for FLAC/WAV look at HDTracks, Linn Records, Chandos or Deutsche Grammophon (classical).
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quote:
Originally posted by Dom
Balling - Have a look at 7digital
Cheers, will keep that site in mind.

A perfect example though. I'm looking to buy The Headphone Masterpiece by Cody Ceshnutt.
7.99 @7digital
6.64 @Amazon (new CD)
6.22 @iTunes (US store)
5.73 @Local record store (wouldn't be surprised to find it even cheaper)
2.99 @Amazon (used CD)

Only thing that beats my local store is buying used, yet still physical.
Makes no sense to me at all...

Sorry to sidetrack (pun intended) your thread.


richardworrall
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proxy servers from now on then.
LeeM
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pirate bay still the best
jacko198
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Where to go now then!?

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