Friday, February 20, 2009

Active Ingredients - 1980 - Laundromat Loverboy 7'' (US)

Active Ingredients - 1980 - Laundromat Loverboy 7'' (US)
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The original post can be found right here at KBD Records!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

hello buddy,would you mind try get but one song he bands The Addix- Too Blind to See ,be enough me only this song,thank you

Peter said...

Awesome awesome awesome blog! Thank you!

isksp said...

only the song "too blind to see" is easy hehe http://sharebee.com/908d0490

let me know if you find the other song

cheers!

and thanks for the comment Peter, realy like our Pessimist Club also!

Anonymous said...

hahah,thank you man:)

Peter - KBD Records said...

Another one of my posts making it's round ;):
http://www.kbdrecords.com/2007/07/11/active-ingredients-laundramat-loverboy-7/

Funny though that people alter the rip from 192 to 128? Guess you found it on Soulseek?

Anyway keep up the good work!!

isksp said...

sure thing...

don't have the money or the privileged to live in europe/usa, so it's always the soulseek..

and to be pretty honest don't have the time to check your rip even though the bitrate was different and there's no metion to kbdrecords in the tags... if you want i can remove the post in one second, just let me now...

my goal is to share music, never said that all this music is my rips (but really apreciate for the warning)

cheers!

Peter - KBD Records said...

Yeah the people uploading the rips to soulseek always remove the tags wish is pretty annoying. I have no problem with the rips being shared. That's the purpose of it. Just wish the tags could stay there so people get to know the kbd blog. We spend a lot of time doing it.

It's not a warning it's just that we like to be credited for the rips we make. And we do understand that you people don't have the time to check out what's been posted or not.

What I think all bloggers SHALL do is say where they got their rips from. Be it Soulseek or other blogs.

And one reason where doing it is cause we're privileged enough to afford it. That's why we want to spread the music for free to those who can't afford it.