didnt send any copies of their new album "St. Anger" to
any record-companies or anything, they just have one copy that they
carry around so that no-one can put the songs up on the internet.
And apparently, they were happy because none of their songs were
available on the internet yet. This, however, is terribly wrong.
So I searched the web to see if they'd actually succeeded this time,
and I found that you could download that album everywhere.
They have a serious problem with security, because since
Metallica is rich, they can afford alot of security, so I think its
reasonable to guess that Metallica trusts all the people
that have been able to spread the songs.
At first I thought they were a bit too much, my friend downloaded
a song from Napster and a few weeks later he got a lawsuit in the mail,
thats pretty much just ridiculous (was that spelled right?).
But now, I kinda feel sorry for them, and I do hope people
buy it instead of download it if they want the album.
And for the record, I didn't download any songs, I'm going to buy the record.
Edit: "For the record, I'm gonna buy the record."
Oops, what a comedian I am..
[Edited by mc9mm on 05-29-2003 at 07:40 AM]