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new game [the anti psycz rap]

Kitnam
Mantik

Started Topics :  110
Posts :  1151
Posted : Sep 6, 2005 13:36
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On 2005-09-04 15:00, Colin OOOD wrote:
Distributing copies is one thing they don't have the right to do... but you're right, there will always be people who do that sort of thing. We're considering ripping the Voice of Cod album ourselves and putting it up on DC++; at least that way we know it'll be encoded well, and we'll have control over the .NFO






i had the idea that it would be usefull to release tons of audioshit being called as the actual releases in the net. just releasing perfect fakes or destroyed material hidden in the files which look like the real ware. this would not exchange all the illegal files out there but will heavily confuse and irritate the black-free-market and the consumer trust into illegal downloads.
we could create a community who is permanently sharing fakes with success. i am sure many people would join.
EYB
Noized

Started Topics :  111
Posts :  2849
Posted : Sep 6, 2005 13:47
Yes, we are all full of shit.            Signature
Nomolos(Zenon Rec.)
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  48
Posts :  2027
Posted : Sep 6, 2005 14:19
eheeeeem! people here cant rap for shit!!!!
it sounds like another one of thoese threads to me and i cant really find any more rhymes.....

fuck Yall,kickin your right ball,its time fo all u bitch ass psyniggas to fall....

ma psynigga phobium claims we is all full of shit!
ma nigga is RIGHT! i was givin a spliff but no light for that shit to be lit!

all u rippers,traders,buyers creators
the whole lot of us,will soon be eaten by Gators!

shit that last rhyme sucked ASS! made me sick and now i got gas!
but again theres no light fo puttin that fart in 2 flames....psyniggas im bored,im a kid with no game,yo im out ma rap skills are so FUCKIN LAME!!!

Cheers.           "....or is it???"

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www.myspace.com/thenomolos
hip
Shuma

Started Topics :  12
Posts :  404
Posted : Sep 6, 2005 15:03
Allright, now for the chorus:

Throw your hands in the air
And wave 'em like you just dont care
And if you wanna see the fall of MP3,
let me hear you say "Oh yeah!"

now... everybody sing
Basilisk
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  168
Posts :  2984
Posted : Sep 6, 2005 15:15
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On 2005-09-04 15:00, Colin OOOD wrote:
Distributing copies is one thing they don't have the right to do... but you're right, there will always be people who do that sort of thing. We're considering ripping the Voice of Cod album ourselves and putting it up on DC++; at least that way we know it'll be encoded well, and we'll have control over the .NFO





That would be the smart thing to do... no one can stop it, so you may as well take advantage of whatever promotional leverage you may be able to find with your own mp3 release...


Scomikan


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Posts :  13
Posted : Sep 7, 2005 02:04
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if that's the case start blaming the labels and their poor security...only ppl working in CD presses have access to such material (apart from the artists / labels themseleves). so, we have only 3 possible kind of ppl who can give the music to the rippers, case closed!



I'm afraid I'll have to disagree on this one. A lot of people get their hands on a CD prior to it being made available in stores. Among these are journalists, retailers, DJ's, radio programmers, friends/family of the artist, label employees, studio employees, etc. Many of these people feel no sense of responsibilty to protect the artist but for better or worse, they're all integral pieces of an effectively promoted record.

I work for a label in the US and the piracy problem for us has been overwhelmingly complex. We try a number of things including copy-protection and spoofing (exactly what Kitnam mentions), but none of it's foolproof. If someone is dead-set on finding the music before release and free of charge, they most likely will.

Until the mindset of music fans changes and people treat musicians with the same respect they'd ask of their own livelihood, piracy won't go away...no matter how many rap verses you guys write.
traveller
IsraTrance Senior Member

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Posts :  3803
Posted : Sep 7, 2005 14:20
It's not that difficult to close down the dc hubs atleast.. I really wonder why labels aren't doing anything about them.. also killing all western psytrance ftps is very easy
          "The dinosaurs became extinct because they didn't have a space program."
- Larry Niven
phobium
Phobium

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Posts :  718
Posted : Sep 7, 2005 15:11
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On 2005-09-07 14:20, traveller wrote:
It's not that difficult to close down the dc hubs atleast.. I really wonder why labels aren't doing anything about them.. also killing all western psytrance ftps is very easy




I don't see how closing ftps is very easy. Dc hubs are ok, since they are public. But private ftps? How are you gonna do that? Go door to door and check all houses and offices with decent connections?           ________________________
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EYB
Noized

Started Topics :  111
Posts :  2849
Posted : Sep 7, 2005 15:18
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On 2005-09-07 15:11, phobium wrote:
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On 2005-09-07 14:20, traveller wrote:
It's not that difficult to close down the dc hubs atleast.. I really wonder why labels aren't doing anything about them.. also killing all western psytrance ftps is very easy




I don't see how closing ftps is very easy. Dc hubs are ok, since they are public. But private ftps? How are you gonna do that? Go door to door and check all houses and offices with decent connections?




haha, traveller travelling with the holy mission of closing privat ftps            Signature
zooter
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  44
Posts :  771
Posted : Sep 7, 2005 15:25
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On 2005-09-07 15:11, phobium wrote:
Quote:

On 2005-09-07 14:20, traveller wrote:
It's not that difficult to close down the dc hubs atleast.. I really wonder why labels aren't doing anything about them.. also killing all western psytrance ftps is very easy




I don't see how closing ftps is very easy. Dc hubs are ok, since they are public. But private ftps? How are you gonna do that? Go door to door and check all houses and offices with decent connections?




these are not the important factors for piracy...if these places are closed then ppl will find new means to pirate

and as Scomikan rightly pointed out, piracy is a very very complicated issue
Basilisk
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  168
Posts :  2984
Posted : Sep 7, 2005 19:13
I don't really see what is so complicated, once you realize you cannot stop it. Find a way to work with it - use the distribution channels to your advantage - realign your profiteering to realms which remain lucrative (live gigs for example) and free the music!
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