British file sharers attacked by British Phonographic Industry

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 GristyMcFisty used our news submit  and reports to us that 

the BPI (British Phonographic Industry) is on the way to attack British file sharers in the same way the US show biz…

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Why would you pay 4 quid for a single when an album is less than a tenner? The BPI also seem to be neglecting compilation albums eating in to single sales, when Lola’s Theme by the Shapeshifters and Trick Me by Kelis were released as singles they were also released on the compilation Best Summer Ever 2004 which costs £12.99 for a double CD so I bought that, why bother to pay 8 quid for 2 singles when for another 4 quid I can get another 43 songs.

Harassing individuals is HARDLY legal.
[edited by cd11 on 07.10.2004 23:38]