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09:57 AM on 10/03/12
Mirrorsandfevers
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We here in Tampa are not pleased with our city brothers and sisters.
09:58 AM on 10/03/12
popdisaster00
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Who still needs to illegally download when there's Spotify?
I half agree with you. Only minor problem is that still, some bands aren't on there. But they're typically at least on Amazon, iTunes, etc.
10:10 AM on 10/03/12
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Why are people downloading such shitty music?
does this mean they tend to pay for good music?

also, anybody else notice that these top downloaders are near military bases ?
10:14 AM on 10/03/12
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Who still needs to illegally download when there's Spotify?

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10:18 AM on 10/03/12
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This is just....wow. Not at all surprising either.
10:21 AM on 10/03/12
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awesome
10:26 AM on 10/03/12
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I guess. With the number of people who have smartphones (I don't) I thought there'd be plenty of places to stream most releases and the majority wouldn't need to download them.
10:26 AM on 10/03/12
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With Amazon always throwing MP3 codes around and eMusic being cheap as hell, i don't understand why anyone still illegally downloads music.
10:26 AM on 10/03/12
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No money for Drake to get out of that wheelchair.
10:28 AM on 10/03/12
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go gators
10:28 AM on 10/03/12
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does this mean they tend to pay for good music?

also, anybody else notice that these top downloaders are near military bases ?
college towns
10:29 AM on 10/03/12
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why wouldn't you just use google?
i only steal my movies through torrents
10:30 AM on 10/03/12
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^(at 3:30) Hmmm. Using music industry logic and math it costs the music industry $150,000 for each time a song is illegally downloaded, so all this theft have costed the music biz about $113,850,000,000,000 this first half of 2012 lol
10:31 AM on 10/03/12
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I guess. With the number of people who have smartphones (I don't) I thought there'd be plenty of places to stream most releases and the majority wouldn't need to download them.

I use and will always use my iPod classic.
10:31 AM on 10/03/12
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does this mean they tend to pay for good music?

also, anybody else notice that these top downloaders are near military bases ?

Not surprised lol. Service members blow all their cash after joining on a car or clothes or partying so they can't even afford music. Just speaking from experience
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