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By Anonymous - / Monday 21 September 2009 20:22 / United States
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through the apple store you can re-download your purchases up to 3 times. there's how-to's all over the internet, good luck!!

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through the apple store you can re-download your purchases up to 3 times. there's how-to's all over the internet, good luck!!

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if she downloaded all her songs illegally then it wouldn't be an FML since she really didn't pay for anything...besides, she can download everything again

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If she downloaded them illegally, all I can say is that this is AWESOME karma. This is why you buy things legally or are at least smart enough to back things up.

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why do you assume he downloaded all that music off of limewire or something? he could of ripped them off youtube or something. and that guy that called you a retard after your comment, hes right... retarded for assuming something he did that he might of not done.

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The kind of person who isn't a cunt and thinks that the bands they love should be rewarded for making their music.

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hey, yeah, too bad bands signed to labels make JACK SHIT from album sales (unless they are independent artists)....up to 98% goes to the label and publishing companies...that's why artists need to tour to promote their albums, it's the only way they can actually make a fucking living from their music. if you think that you are supporting your favorite bands by buying their music, you are living in a delusion...all you are doing is supporting the corporate machine that wants to squeeze every last

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I work at Domino records so let me explain this to you: If an artist can't sell records they get dropped. They might have decent live followings, but no sales ultimately means no contract. So if you're saying that buying the music doesn't support the bands, you are sorely mistaken, dick-for-brains.

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if he owns an ipod classic, that's a 30 to 160 gb hard drive the only way to avoid this again, hard drive with wifi or bluetooth

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It does, actually. iPods are notoriously fickle, and pulling out the cord at the wrong time can render the entire thing inaccessible.

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Inaccessible maybe, but the data is still there. I don't know what the best way to fix it would be, maybe reinstalling the firmware or something, but if the files were being copied rather than moved or deleted then the data was not actually changing on the iPod itself, and is still there.

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