Where do you get your music now adays?


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Username: Skdooley

Roanoke, VA Usa

Post Number: 1420
Registered: Oct-09
I used to use Limewire but as I'm sure you're aware, they got shut down a while back. I've bought a few albums from stores when they're cheap but buying every new cd that comes out can be expensive over time and it stinks to buy a cd with three or four good songs. So I'm looking for a good source to download songs again, anyone know of one? I was thinking of doing Rhapsody, which I can pay a flat fee per month but I've never used it before. Anyone have experience with it? I'm wanting to be able to burn cds for my car. On their site it talked about being able to transfer songs to your ipod, etc, but does it work just like Limewire did where I'll have the song file on my computer and I can do whatever with it, like burn it to a cd? Or is it set up to where it has to go to a device only?

Platinum Member
Username: Rovin

1 15 = 153 DBs ...Trinidad & T...

Post Number: 16869
Registered: Jul-05
i stopped using limewire\frost wire yrs ago when i got high speed net

demonoid & btjunkie have almost anything u can think of ...

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Username: Jbpitt

Pittsburgh, Pa. Usa

Post Number: 1035
Registered: Jul-09
Have you tried Frostwire or luckwire? There both pretty much the same as limewire was. Deffinatly good for downloading a song or to. For whole albums... i agree with rovin. btjunkie and demonoid are good. Then just download bit-torrent an your set.

^Good place to find everything

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Username: Van_man

Boston South, MA

Post Number: 5423
Registered: Mar-06
Be carefull dling off sites these days..ip swarmers are all over them. Swim recently got a notice from an isp regarding a dl. They have the torrent name, date, time. As of now it means nothing, but they have been gearing up towards something.
Swim used btjunkie...And it was an older movie, not at demonoid being safer...


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Platinum Member
Username: Nd4spd18

Philadelphia, PA

Post Number: 11682
Registered: Jul-06
Frostwire works exactly the same as limewire used to.

Diamond Member
Username: Wingmanalive


Post Number: 24307
Registered: Jun-06
Target, sometimes Walmart. Last cd bought was Taio Cruz.

I used to download music. I have 1000's of files. Kazaa, bearshare, limewire, ect. In the end they catch on and all you get is empty searches. Sure the newest peer-to-peer networks eventually show up but never for any length of time.

Diamond Member
Username: Wingmanalive


Post Number: 24308
Registered: Jun-06
Oh, and SKD, I'm from a time where you HAD to buy in order to listen lol. I have boxes upon boxes of cassettes and cd's of my music stored away. The tapes will eventually degrade and become worthless over time but my cd collection will live long and along with the tapes defines who I was in my youth.

Platinum Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 16572
Registered: Jun-04
go here 9 cents a song or whole albums for as low as 1 dollar

Platinum Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 16573
Registered: Jun-04
check this out also

Platinum Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 16574
Registered: Jun-04
this is a good deal too to buy original cd's

im probably going to go this route to help keep a business like this album with 14 songs on it works out to 49 cents a song

Platinum Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 16575
Registered: Jun-04

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