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    It's broken and I haven't bothered replacing it. On my new computer I have several hundred.
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    2754, I don't know the answer to the second question.
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    Inb4 over 9000
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    2146 songs apparently.
    I refuse to answer the other question
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    Some of you guys have more tracks than the Radio 1 system :p:
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    1204
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    1854 songs

    and i can honestly say, 1 is legal

    could not find the song anywhere had to buy it
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    Only about 2000. Probably best not to answer the second question...
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    12 000 songs about. Probably around two thirds of that is downloaded by torrents and the like.
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    (Original post by jay234)
    1854 songs

    and i can honestly say, 1 is legal

    could not find the song anywhere had to buy it
    And what is that 1 song? :p:
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    (Original post by JESSHOLMES)
    It's not a competition, just a general query.
    Oh :o:

    658, about 95% of which is legal. I listen to podcasts nowadays though; you get a constant stream of free music and more interaction with the artists. Rock/pop has probably taken up about 200 of those songs :sigh: , the rest being various sub-genres of dance (good dance, i.e. no basshunter/MoS compilations :five: ).
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    500, 70 or so legally. I try to listen with spotify or buy albums though...
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    1225
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    few thousand, i have bout 5000 on my laptop but my ipod isnt big enough =[
    as to the legality of them...no comment
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    32,000+ songs and, strictly speaking, none obtained legally. I don't think you're allowed in law to rip a legit CD and put the songs on to your iPod. But about 4,000 of these songs were ripped from my existing CD collection, however.
    It was made legal last year.

    I have 1647 songs on my iPod. I don't know how I have so little considering I have nearly 150 albums... I suppose it's because they're all legal.
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    (Original post by Kuriso)
    1204
    Same as this, and my 8gb iPod is full
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    Around 600. None were obtained legally
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    (Original post by ArtGoblin)
    It was made legal last year.
    Woah. Surprised they changed it given how slow some laws are changed.
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    7191.

    I cannot honestly say, since a lot of them are off cds. Maybe 600-700?
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    3000 ish
    Less than half are legal
 
 
 
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