Re: The Darkness
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On Wed, Dec 31, 2003 at 02:07:23PM +0000, Antony Gelberg wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 31, 2003 at 12:25:32PM +0100, Kjetil Kjernsmo wrote:
> > On Wednesday 31 December 2003 11:58, Antony Gelberg wrote:
> > > The back label mentions "digital copy protection", which I find
> > > rather worrying...
> > Then, I would say, return the (C)D to the artist with a long letter
> > explaining why this approach is fundamentally flawed, and can only work
> > by controlling the senses of both the artists and the listeners.
> > Controlling *their* senses.
> > That's what I'll do if one of my own favorite artists would end up doing
> > something like that.
> I've emailed their management company, for all the good that'll do.
> Funny thing is I saw the singer in Selfridges a couple of weeks ago -
> could have raised the subject if I'd known then. Happy new year all!
I had the problem with one CD, I sent a snail mail letter to Virgin
about that and they sent me on non crippled CD.
There was no mention of copy protection on the CD I bought.
This is in France so YMMV.