Lost links & Re-ups

On any post, if the link is no longer good, leave a comment if you want the music re-uploaded. As long as I still have the file, or the record, cd, or cassette to re-rip, I will gladly accommodate in a timely manner all such requests.

Slinging tuneage like some fried or otherwise soused short-order cook

06 December 2008

Deleted without Warning


I have become the latest victim of the Anti-Freedom Forces.
One of my file servers deleted my account without warning.
Since I was too stoopid to back-up everything, some is lost forever.
The rest I have pulled the links for now, & will re-upload the files elsewhere.

Both Earhole Stuffer II & Son of Earhole Stuffer II, Link Cromwell's Crazy Like a Fox from the Lenny Kaye post, a live Nick Cave show, The Fuzztones, Misfits/Rocket from the Crypt split, ROTR, & Scratch Bongowax are gone for good.

Nasal Sex, Nash the Slash, Renaldo & the Loaf, Pig Bag, Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, John Sinclair, & The Detonators/Econochrist split will have to await re-up & their links are dead for now.

If anyone notices any more dead links or suspicious activities, please let me know.

8 comments:

  1. "Luckily, in the US, we have a legal defense that would cover many music blogs -- at least those that discuss, educate, criticize and comment. These could qualify for fair use protection, which does allow people to make use without permission of copyrighted works in ways that benefit society."

    Larisa Mann, Wiretap.

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  2. After the lull through last month, there appears to be a renewed and accelerated spate of DMCA Takedowns.

    This sucks.

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  3. Here's a link to a fellow blogger who also had his Filden account "suspended" at the same time, nate:

    http://raidingthevinylarchive.blogspot.com/2008/12/yay.html

    Apparently, though, the links still appear to be active.

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  4. I got nailed. My divshare account went bye bye.
    So far, box.net appears to be immune.

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  5. I guess no one give a fuck about my re-upping any of these files, so from now on, if musick goes, it goes unless someone asks for a re-up in the comments here.

    Fuck Blogger. Fuck Fileden. Fuck Fascism. Free the Musick.

    You lurkers & leechers don't seem to give a shite about the effort that goes into any of this, so you get what you deserve.

    Fuck lurkers & leechers. Fuck all.

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  6. Looks like Versions Galore (a wonderful covers blog) is the latest to be hit by DMCA takedown notices.

    I still use divshare; in fact, I recently recommended it to Jay Hinman when his blog Detailed Twang had to remove his box.net files!

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  7. The thing about Fileden is that you can upload single tracks easily & then those readers whose computers are slower or have full hard-drives can just open the tracks & listen to them without downloading them if they want or need. That's why I always liked it for sets or compilations or random postings...it gives the opportunity of sampling the music before downloading. Divshare, Megaupload, Drop.io & others are better for .zip or .rar uploads of entire albums (unless you have a premium [pay] account, in which case the speed is comparable to Fileden).

    I try to watch the availability of musick that I post, sticking to the strictly OOP stuff (one of the reasons for the weird stuff I post [but not the only one]) so I (I probably asking for trouble here) haven't been bothered by (in a very tiny voice) any DMCA takedown yet.

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  8. Any chance you have Venus & the razorblades "songs from the sunshine jungle"? I have it on vinyl, but would love to have a download, and hear your take on them. I managed to see Dyan Diamond perform back in the day, and her wonderful but unreleased-on-CD "in the dark" is an amazing debut.

    Dino

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