Old 29th August 2003, 07:35   #41
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edit: decided 2000 lines of text was a bad idea in a single post. if anyone actually wants my playlist, PM me and i can send you. almost all of the 2000 songs were ripped by me. which is just scary.

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Old 30th August 2003, 00:47   #42
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Ripping is easier then downloading. About 400 of my list were ripped by me. The rest came from unknown sources, but of course I might have all the CD's....
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Old 2nd September 2003, 13:12   #43
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New add ons to my playlist.
My dads music, so I ripped it, and i listen to Pink Floyd quite often now.

Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
202. Pink Floyd - On The Run - (3:32)
203. Pink Floyd - Speak To Me/Breathe - (3:57)
204. Pink Floyd - Time - (7:05)
205. Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky - (4:47)
206. Pink Floyd - Money - (6:23)
207. Pink Floyd - Us and Them - (7:48)
208. Pink Floyd - Any Colour You Like - (3:25)
209. Pink Floyd - Brain Damage - (3:50)
210. Pink Floyd - Eclipse - (2:06)

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Old 4th September 2003, 02:01   #44
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hi there...new winamp member here. I was told that there is a way to convert the playlist to a text format. is this true? if so, how can I convert my list to a text file?
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Old 4th September 2003, 02:59   #45
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When I was running Windows 2000 Pro. I was running WinAmp2.95 naturlly, and I had the Mini Browser going. When I pressed Ctrl+Alt+G(Generate HTML Playlist) the list came up in the Minibrowser. When I tried to copy paste into WinAmp Forums it didnt paste so I had to close the Minibrowser so teh HTML List could load in windows Explorer. This might happen for you but I doubt it its probably some bug with my WinAmp, but just in case it happens.

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Old 6th September 2003, 19:07   #47
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this is mine, its the biggest one so far
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Old 6th September 2003, 20:37   #48
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Mines up to 3341 now. pwned
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Old 7th September 2003, 07:04   #49
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here is my playlist
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Old 7th September 2003, 21:02   #50
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Old 7th September 2003, 21:04   #51
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is that all? only 6804? GO TO YOUR ROOM!


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Bearing in mind i haev yet to reach 1000 tracks, i think i was joking. but i saw a 10000 track playlist a few posts up...
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Im scared, my playlist is only 700.

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Yeah, but you've got a few years head-start Taylor. At the age of 14 I had nothing! I possessed only what I heard in the charts (thank god it was the 80's).

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Yer I guess your right Cylob. I still have alot of time up my slieve.

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Thats it im getting more CD;s im gonna get more than you DJEgg, you just wait, muhahahahaha. =)

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But CD's are so old-fashioned.

So 20th Century!

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Sorry but it'll take something really special - more special than MP3s or DVD Audio - to make millions of people stop using the good old CD.


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well im 17 and ive got 3600 soooo by the time im 60 just imagaine!!!

imgaine all the people, stealing music all the time
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Sorry but it'll take something really special - more special than MP3s or DVD Audio - to make millions of people stop using the good old CD.
I own 600 CD's but haven't played one for 2+ years. I'm considering boxing the lot up.

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One person down, a few hundred million to go.


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It's good to be amongst the trailblazers. Thanks for the compliment Merlin.

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I don't think you actually want me to post all 9462 songs, do you?
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Zip or rar attchments work nicely.
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I don't think you actually want me to post all 9462 songs, do you?
Yes, of course. In fact I demand it! Export it as an HTML document (for our convenience).

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It's good to be amongst the trailblazers. Thanks for the compliment Merlin.
Any time. Let's just hope for your sake that this isn't another betamax vs VHS situation, with the inferior quality version winning through.

NB: I'm aware that Beta succeeded in America. That's not the point.


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I'm not worried Merlin. MP3 compatible software will be around for years to come. When the next digital format comes (and it surely will) I'll use that for new music.
It's all personal choice - you have your 20th century compact-disc (with 10 tracks on it). I have my 21st century database, complete with everything you could want.

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Old 24th September 2003, 13:37   #70
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So what's the deal with downloading MP3's now? I read something on Slashdot about them only being able to prosecute people that SHARED MP3s, and not people that downloaded them? Any ideas?
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Well, if nobody shared then no-one could download! p2p requires sharing does it not?

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Old 25th September 2003, 09:23   #72
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No. With Kazaa, for instance, you can disable sharing. As you say though, that kind of defeats the point

BTW - here's my list

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Which Def Leppard album is that Tass?

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Old 25th September 2003, 10:49   #74
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pyromania or adrenalize - trust me.

and, for once, here's mine.

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Old 25th September 2003, 10:53   #75
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I'd say Adrenalize then (based on Tass' other stuff). Pyromania may be a bit too old skool.

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Old 25th September 2003, 10:55   #76
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i guess so. i just realised i added my playlist as an edit to my last post, so here it is again...

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Old 25th September 2003, 11:01   #77
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You have some Clint Mansell stuff Is it any good? I'm a huge PWEI fan. I'm surprised you like Squarepusher zootm.

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squarepusher are great. i like autechre as well, just don't have any stuff why are you surprised?

the clint mansell stuff i have is the soundtrack to requiem for a dream. i'd highly recommend it, along with the soundtrack to pi, which he also did.

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I have 3 Autechre albums - for the most part it's just random noise. I'll probably end up deleting it all. Squarepusher and Plaid are similar - quite harsh, sterile electronic noise. I took you for a guitar man, that's all. The above bands are the extremity of electronica.

Have you heard any Pole albums? At a first listen they sound random, but after a second you realise it's very well crafted. Taxi from Pole 3 was used on a Jeans advert (the dirty jeans, people crawling around in dirt). Crap advert & product, great tune.

Anyway, I'm not optimistic about getting any Clint Mansell material. It's a bit on the scarce side.

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Revived.

Here is an ALBUM LIST: Much easier to read.
Any corrections needed? Notify me.

http://aa.1asphost.com/taylormemer/AlbumList.txt

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