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I know Neil doesn't like people ripping off his studio work (He actually joined "Burn & be burned" - an anti-piracy orgainisation at the start of the year Eeker ), but I'm still not sure about his opinions on bootlegging. Ripping off fanclub CDs is obviously wrong (and you defenitley can't discuss that here Smiler ), but downloading unaccessible (any other way) live shows should be fine... (IMO) as long as you can justify it to yourself (I'm sure Neil wouldn't have a problem with someone obtaining a live recording without any money exchanging hands, especially if you've already done your duty by buying all his records - that only seems fair). As for the outragous price of secondhand bootleg & fanclub CDs... they're not worth it. IMO, If you want a fanclub CD, you'd be best getting them direct from the club (a lot cheaper!)... or else you're just getting ripped off & someone's making a packet! Bootlegs the same (although last time I checked, the fanclub didn't sell them Wink )
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