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  • by Sifmole (3409) on 2003.08.06 8:07 (#22823)
    Of course there were so many other ways to figure out the album was horrid.

    1) read the reviews
    2) ask others who have purchased it

    Want the info first hand?

    1) listen to the songs on the radio -- there are at least two singles out, and guess what... they stink.

    2) Most large music chains allow you to listen to almost their entire catalog these days. Go there dial-up the album -- spend 10 minutes, realize... it stinks. Okay, you are Robin Hood and don't want to give money to the big evil companies. Go there, use their stuff, and then go buy your albums at a Mom&Pop.

    3) Don't want to leave your house? Check out Amazon and listen to the previews -- good enough to figure out the album stinks.

    There are so many options to figuring out whether the album is good or not -- you can hardly justify your piracy by pointing out that AFTER you already pirated it, you decided it was lousy.