Mon Aug 30 04:34:35 PDT 2010
the mixes here.
My view still is the same and didn't changed over the years: "The PSB folk
always have to hear new stuff first!!!" But that isn't a view "a" record
company would have!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: introspective-bounces at lists.jameslick.com [mailto:introspective-
> bounces at lists.jameslick.com] On Behalf Of Paolo Bientinesi
> Sent: Monday, November 08, 2010 9:33 AM
> To: introspective at lists.jameslick.com
> Subject: Re: [Introspective] Fans forced to resort to piracy?!?
> Hi Erik,
> I am 100% with you. And I just can't get used to not having a physical
> for PSB's releases...
> > From: Erik Cedergren<ecgn at algonet.se>
> > Hi all!
> > I was just wondering... why are the Pets (or Parlophone / EMI)
> > forcing us die-hard fans to resort to piracy?!?
> > Unless you have an iTunes compatible device, and live in a
> > country where the songs are published, you cannot obtain all formats of
> > the latest single legally. I know I will come across as a whiny b-d, but
> > without iTunes, no Pepptalk or Ultrabeat mix of Together, and no Grum
> > dub mix of WEG, and that just annoys me!
> > I'd happily pay for a third CD single, but as no such thing is
> > released, I have to forgo those mixes, or trawl the murky depths of a
> > "body of water (especially the sea) more or less three-quarters
> > surrounded by land" known to be frequented by "criminals who plunders
> > sea; commonly attacking merchant vessels, though often pillaging port
> > towns".
> > //ecgn (suffering from delusions of adequacy)
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