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Diss
12-05-2005, 06:44:20
I'm looking for stuff that is obviously hard to find, because I can't find it. I was looking for some overkill on emule, and it's not going too good. I was looking for a song called Skullcrusher. The one I have on my hard drive has the ending cut off.

Obviously you can see what kind of music I'm looking for. 80's thrash metal.

I was also looking for some songs off the metal massacre compilation albums. I don't know if anyone has ever heard them. I just listened to a copy I have on one of my cassette tapes, and I realized this shit still rocks. I need to get these songs on a more permanent medium. My hard drive. Metal Massacre albums were responsible for the starts of many bands, the most notable being Metallica.

I'm not looking for porn, or movies. I just want a wide selection of music.

This one guy I was talking to said he used mrc. Is he talking about mirc? How can a chat service be used for p2p? I need something that has a good selection of songs.

Sir Penguin
12-05-2005, 07:17:12
IRC can be used to share files, but I don't know the details.

SP

Martini
12-05-2005, 07:53:39
Soulseek's still good for weird shit.

Martini
12-05-2005, 07:54:48
In fact, I just checked, and all the metal massacre compilations are available on there.

Diss
12-05-2005, 09:20:06
I'm trying it out. so far everything is qeued, but I did get one song already.

Sodom- Blasphemer

Diss
12-05-2005, 09:42:45
Metal church- the brave

King_Ghidra
12-05-2005, 12:08:54
please update this thread as you get more, we're rapt

Diss
12-05-2005, 20:42:54
I figured you were.

I just got Sodom- till War.

This doesn't deal with my current downloads. But alot of music I got off Kazaa is just crap.

How hard is it to rip a CD? Why do I get weird blips and bloops in the music?

Cruddy
12-05-2005, 21:58:55
It's very easy to rip a CD -with the right tools.

I usually use Musicmatch (old 2002 version because I've got an old OS) but the WAVs sound great.

You get weird bits when you encode them to MP3s - but Musicmatch lets you play with the encoding.

Diss
13-05-2005, 00:35:00
that's what I'm saying, but when you download from other people, you get thise fucked up copies. What are they doing to them?

And I'll never figure out why I have songs missing the endings.

MRT144
13-05-2005, 00:43:51
soulseek

Cruddy
13-05-2005, 01:34:01
Originally posted by Diss
that's what I'm saying, but when you download from other people, you get thise fucked up copies. What are they doing to them?

And I'll never figure out why I have songs missing the endings.

Well, that's what happens when you depend on other people. They fuck up.

I fuck up too, of course, but I try not to fuck up other people when I fuck up.

It's called pride in my work.