The Beatles set to end its resistance to online music services

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 The  Beatles have finally decided that they are interested in making their music  digitally available online, but are currently in talks and on a lookout for an  online provider to resell its...
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#2

I’ve never been sure what all the fuss was about the Beatles catalogue, a CD-ROM with the entire Beatles catalogue has been in circulation for many years already. I’m sure anyone who really wants it already has it.


#3

I Wonder what John And George Had to say about this?


#4

I’m not sure what the fuss is either. Now. But when they first hit the US, they turned things upside down. They even had the FBI on their *ss as they had too much influence on young people. They were an enemy to the government as their ideals didn’t match Uncle Sam’s. I miss their energy, message and music. They were great when they were together. They had a major impact on society over here. How many “bands” can say that?
[edited by Crabbyappleton on 09.06.2004 14:42]


#5

Oh well good. It’s finally time they’re ready to adapt like others in the industry and be fair to people who want to purchase their music. The only problem is, I can play that game to and refuse to purchase music from artist who think they’re too good to sell their music online.


#6

“I Wonder what John And George Had to say about this?”… John had some vision, I think he would have been in it a while ago… Someone correct me , didn’t michael jackson buy the copywrite to their music a while ago??..:X


#7

Their music has been available on allofmp3.com for the few months that I’ve been a member. Customizable encoding schemes without any DRM…


#8

Jackson bought the rights for the music a long time ago but sold it a few years later and made a TON of money…about 3 times what he originally paid for it.


#9

Sherrif- I have to agree about Lennon. "Imagine no possession, I wonder if you can, No need for greed or hunger a brotherhood of man " :slight_smile:


#10

Paul’s a greedy fr. He killed John, then George, so he can take all the money. Die mother*. [expletives modified]
[edited by Crabbyappleton on 09.06.2004 20:26]


#11

Finally !! Bouaaaah please not with M$ … I even prefer ITunes… please not M$ … Long Live The Beatles!


#12

this is news? like the first poster said… their stuff has been floating around the net for a looooong time… free too!:d


#13

No not on the net, I just remember some friends making a secure backup of the entire Beatles catalgue on a single CD-ROM from a master secure backup! :d All files were MP3s, no OGG, WMV back then. So I’m probably talking 6-7 years ago…


#14

The question is would Lennon turn in his grave over all the money Maccers got, and of course all his possessions…? I suspect so if he really was the genuine guy we all like to believe he is… Oh yeah and Paul McCartney sucks!