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At some point you probably went through the painstaking process of loading all your tunes onto the discount priced viagra computer. Well, now you're stuck with a stack of CDs and don't know what to roguelephant.com do with them. The new music exchange service La La, enables CD trading for just $1.49, allowing several people to use each CD, keeping discs in circulation instead of generic viagra mastercard going on levitra brand the landfills or cluttering up your valuable closet space.

Once you become a member, the service encourages you to list all the CDs you want to exchange as well as ones they would be interested in receiving. Once an exchange is arranged, the recipient pays $1.49, of which 63 cents pays for shipping the disc. Netflix-style shipping kits (prepaid standard envelops) will arrive in the mail after you list your first CD at the site.

Twenty cents of each dollar you pay goes either directly to the artist.  Or, if the indian cialis artist no longer holds a copyright (think Beethoven,) those 20 cents go into a charitable fund to provide health insurance for musicians. The site is Inspired by a Wikipedia style information model.  Fans and http://www.jubileecampaign.nl/cialis-soft-gel artists jointly decide whether a musician who applies for compensation will get paid under the system. This model has the generic viagra from china potential to transform music-industry economics, giving musicians a major cut of the proceeds while largely freezing out record labels and other intermediaries. Whatever remains after shipping and those 20 cents goes to online order cialis running the company.
 
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nice idea
written by a guest, June 27, 2006
wonder how long before the RIAA sues them !!!
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seriously though...
written by a guest, June 28, 2006
encouraging people to rip their CDs and trade them away will certainly get the RIAA hot under the collar
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You cannot ship CDs you have ripped!
written by a guest, June 28, 2006
The posting of this article is irresponsible, do some research before you post. LaLa is not condoning that you rip CDs and then trade them. In fact, the Terms of Service expressly forbids you from keeping copies of the CDs you trade. If you did, then it would be illegal as the previous posts point out.
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Thus the beauty
written by a guest, June 28, 2006
You don't have to keep those dusty hardcopies around, LaLa is doing nothing wrong, and there's no way for the feds to prove anybodies doing anything wrong. The amazing thing is, the artists probably get more per CD this way than having a new CD bought and all of the money going to the record companies.
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国泰航空
written by 国泰航空, January 08, 2008
The site is Inspired by a Wikipedia style information model. Fans and artists jointly decide whether a musician who applies for compensation will get paid under the system.
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$1.50 for a CD
written by piercings, January 10, 2008
it's cheap
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written by conquer, April 27, 2008
The amazing thing is, the artists probably get more per CD

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