Open your heart. Die.
You've bought cds in the last 15 years?!
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sweet now I have all the crappy cds ive ordered for my mum over the years :/
Surprised amazon are allowed to do this. I thought the new law meant you can have mp3's of your cd's as long as you still own them. How do Amazon know you haven't sold them on? I suppose Amazon are leaving it down to the individual to decide whether they are breaking the law or not but Amazon could be seen as aiding and abetting people to break the law. (">
Edit: Does this mean I can upload music for people to download as long as I make it clear that you should only download it if you already have the music on cd? (">
hmm yeh I don't own any of the cds brought through amazon there were all for other ppl, but as soon as I logged into amazon cloud it said download all autorip cds
In between these two extremes I have CD's by Marilyn Manson, AC/DC, Metalica, Guns & Roses, Poison, Def Leppard, David Bowie, Meat Loaf, The Rasmus, My Chemical Romance, Elton John, George Michael, Abba, Loads of sixties and seventies stuff like the Everly Brothers, manfred Mann, showaddywaddy, Elvis... and loads more.
Quite a few years ago I saw Michael Crawford on the Terry Wogan show where he sang 'Never on a sunday'. He has a fantastic voice and it helped that I was playing it through a Dolby surround sound processor I had bought in a pawn shop in the US so it sounded perfect and made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. Went out the next day and bought the album.
If I like it I am not afraid to admit it. Some people think that admitting you like anything other than heavy rock or metal makes you soft or not a man, but I am confident enough of my masculinity to be honest about my musical tastes. Unlike people who make jokes about someone having an Enya collection because they are not confident about their masculinity and believe everyone else has gay thoughts like they do. (">
With that list I would have thought you would have had a dabble with Faith No More, maybe the Smashing Pumpkins ??????
Obviously books are not quite the same as once you've read it you no longer want to read it but surely the principle is the same, if you've purchased an actual book from Amazon in the last 15 years then you should be allowed to download the ebook version now?
Just a thought.