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What is everyones opinion on this? Do you find it okay to burn CD's or do you think it is illegal and should not be done. I know there are many different opinions on this, and I would like to know some of yours. By sharing MP3's it gets the word out about new rising artists, but then again those new artists really need the money. Is burning CD's from bands like Blink 182 or Korn okay since they have a lot of money?

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I say, everyone does it and the cops don't crack down on it. It is illegal but it ovbiously doesn't mattyer to anyone but the bands. If I really like the band and like all of there songs I will usually buy the CD anyway.

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It is Illegal, plain and simple but like Shattered said nobody cares accept the Bands, so why not burn cds?

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You can make mixes of your favorite songs, have as many cds as you like.. its a win win situation.

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If Bands want people to buy their cd's they should make something that burn't ones cannot offer. As of right now the only thing is the book that comes with the cd, and the overpricing ::)

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Not only the bands are mad. The recording Labels are losing a lot of money. Not to say I don't burn CD's but think about it. A band puts a lot of hard work, sometimes taking years to make a CD, pouring their emotions in it. When people burn them its just demoralizing for the band. They should be supported for there will to make music for us fans.

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I don't feel sorry for them at all!

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If they want us to buy the cd's than they have to put the prices to a fair price. The prices are NOT fair. There was a class action law suit awhile ago and "we" won, it was a couple of labeling companies (can't remember what ones) that called each other up and set prices the same so they could sell them higher!

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This is unacceptable and probably happens all the time. They had the Class action lawsuit because it is Illegal for a company to do such a thing. Good old price competion is what its all about, not setting prices by phoning up other companies.

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I am not sure all of the details, my law teacher told me about it. All I know is we won and are entitled to some of the money. The problem is it was around 65 million, and if everyone that bought cd's applys you would only get a toonie. There was a site (dunno what it is) where you could apply but the # of ppl went up to high so they canceled it.

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I was told the way that they have to compensate us is to give out free cd's, or buy one get one free deals at cd stores.

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I guess what all of this is saying is that CD Labelers, Bands and everyone in the music industry are playing us as suckers. If they want us to buy their music than they have to be fair, either that or hackers and Pirates well think of better ways to burn their stuff.

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I don't see anything wrong with sharing music/burning CDs. Actually, most the the bands I listen to are in favor of it. One of "my indie bands", Dispatch, talked about Napster on their DVD, and they said how awesome it was because it spread their music from New England to places like California, Alabama...lol, even Canada! Without music-sharing programs like Kazaa and Napster (R.I.P. :'(), a lot of bands would not have the success they have.

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With that said, I actually do buy the CDs of bands I listen to. I'll find out about them through Kazaa, but very few of the bands I listen to are living luxuriously, so any couple cents I can throw their way is important to me. However, I don't buy CDs from chain stores in the mall, because they jack up their prices and the artists don't see an extra dime. I usually get my CDs direct from the band, either at a concert, from their website or at places like Awarestore.com and Cdbaby.com, that carry only indie CDs.

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OK...my "indie kid" rant is now over. ;)

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As I feel the record companies and movie studios have been overpricing us for decades I do not feel bad for burning my songs, cd's or movies. As for the artists crying that we are taking money from their pockets, I am sure they will be okay from the millions of dollars they receive from ticket prices and endorsment ads that are floating out there.

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but very few of the bands I listen to are living luxuriously, so any couple cents I can throw their way is important to me.

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That's cool Emma, but once they are living the high life will you still buy, or will you burn? Just wondering. ;D

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I remember hearing like Treble Charger saying " If you really like me then DONT BURN MY SONGS ;D" its sort of bad for the artist, but they really dont make as much money from cds, they make there money from doing concerts, so its ok an bad

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That's cool Emma, but once they are living the high life will you still buy, or will you burn? Just wondering. ;D

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Lol, only about 10% of who I listen to have made the high life...the only one I can think of off the top of my head is Dave Matthews. And I still buy his CDs...I dunno if that would change depending on the band.

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