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    If your favourite band's new album was coming in the near future(a month or so) and most of the song were leaked onto the internet, would you listen to it?
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    (Original post by TomRowland4)
    If your favourite band's new album was coming in the near future(a month or so) and most of the song were leaked onto the internet, would you listen to it?
    Probably if the entire album was, yes. If it was only some songs I'd try and resist so I could listen to it in full from start to finish.
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    Probably if the entire album was, yes. If it was only some songs I'd try and resist so I could listen to it in full from start to finish.
    Yeah this. I have no problem downloading music illegally as I remember when purchasing music was the only way to hear albums in full and record companies charged stupid money. It went as high as £16.99 for an album in Woolworths/Virgin in 2001.

    But there's no point looking for every little detail about an album before it's out in it's entirety, you just ruin it for yourself.
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    I resisted listening to the leaked version of ANNA - The Courteeners so i could hear the album straight from the CD with a genuine copy.
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    I would listen to a song or two max but I would wait until I get the full album before listening to it all.
 
 
 
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