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Sunday, January 4, 2009


I.Are You Looking For A Quality Music Download Site?

Recently I was online searching for some sites I could use in order to download unlimited music, and to be honest; there are tons upon tons. But how do you know which ones work and which ones don't, or which ones are quality and which ones aren't? The site I found is really cool because it's actually a review site that lets you read information about music downloads and music download sites. This is nice because it gives you the user a good idea of what you can expect and what features the site offers beforehand. The worst thing you can do is go and join a site only to realize it's not what you wanted in the first place or that it's of low quality. By low quality I mean that it doesn't have a very big database or that it will install spyware and ad ware on your computer. A few years ago I used to use this one website but then they started doing updates and actually began embedding ads into the program so every time you opened the site or the player you would receive annoying pop up after annoying pop up. I like websites that allow you to download unlimited music because then you can just pay a one time fee and then voila, you have as many songs available to you that you want. Some sites like iTunes are annoying because you have to pay $1 for each song. That means if you want 100 songs it's going to be a $100 and I don't know about you but, I'm just not willing to spend $100 on music! Here are a few sites you could possibly turn to if you want to download unlimited music!

Unlimited Download Center

It's so easy to sign up, and credit card charges are pretty cheap for membership to this website. Find music, movies, games, and burn your own CD or DVD with just a click of a mouse. What's great about this site is the unlimited music downloads, movie downloads, and game downloads because they allow no bandwidth or content limits.

Music PlatiNum

With membership comes easy access to unlimited music downloads from over three million songs. MusicPlatinum has a total of nine billion files from which you can choose and download anything that you want, with no extra charge. They also have unlimited DVD and HD movie downloads, TV shows, live concerts, music videos, and more which you can download at ultra fast speed. Free sports events and games of all platforms can also be downloaded at this site. The site is so remarkable that NBS, CNN, CNet, MSN, Google and Yahoo! and more review sites than its competitors, have rated MusicPlatinum as the #1 music service site on the web today. It was also declared "Hacker Free" by ScanAlert which does daily tests on the website to make sure that it is always secure for users. The site also supports iPod and other mp3 player compatibility with its Music2Go section. Users may fill and refill their mp3 players without paying any extra fees per track. All files have mp3 extensions that way synchronizing will be fast and easy.

K-Lite -
File sharing has never been this fun and easy, thanks to K-Lite.TK. K-Lite.TK allows you to enjoy unlimited music downloads by simply searching for that particular song or movie, and simply download away. The K-Lite.TK support group will teach you how to download and play music on your computer, portable players, MP3 player, CD or DVD player, and even backup your DVD files. Create and mix CD's and DVD's by having access to around 800,000,000 free music and movie files online. That's a lot of download selections and it would be impossible not to find what you are looking for. His is certainly the best place to download on the Internet, with its massive array of music files, MP3's and MPEGs, and even hot unreleased DVD movie titles to date.

MP3 Audio Station

Downloading has never been this phenomenal, thanks to unlimited music downloads only at MP3AudioStation. When you first enter the site, you will be astonished at the site's massive collection of mp3's and movie downloads. Once you become a member, you will enjoy privileges that the website has to offer, including high quality audio, video, and software downloads, fast download speeds, an option to create or burn your own CD's and DVD's, and access to over 800 million songs, videos, TV shows, and applications.

Obviously there are a lot more than the ones listed above but the ones aforementioned are a few of the top rated and top quality sites available. In fact, the four listed above all got rated 5 stars! These sites also might include extras as well if you buy a membership such as software programs, free music and movie players software, free online step-by-step video tutorials to get you started, antivirus software, adware removal software, pop-up blocker, firewall software and a whole lot more! Take a look at some of these websites the next time your online so you can see the full advantage of what you get with each program/membership! Have fun!

II.The Five Best Albums By Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd is a legendary band for a reason. From 1967 to 1977 they recorded five of the greatest albums in rock history and these are those five albums. If you are a fan of rock music (in particular psychedelic rock music) then you must have these five albums in your collection. Until you do, your collection is not complete.

1967 - Piper at the Gates of Dawn

Pink Floyd's debut album was their only album with original lead singer/songwriter/guitarist Syd Barrett at the helm and because of it that it sounds unlike anything else the band ever recorded. If you don't know Barrett's story then I recommend that you look into it as it is truly fascinating.

But you don't have to know his life story to enjoy this incredibly creative music that was extremely influential not only on the future incarnation of Pink Floyd (which would enjoy far greater commercial success) but also many other musical artists. To this day many are inspired by the unique music contained on this psychedelic masterpiece.

From bizarre eccentric "pop music" (I use that phrase in the most loose way imaginable) like "Bike" to the incredible psychedelic freak-out "Interstellar Overdrive" this is an album that truly takes it's listener on a ride. If you are a Pink Floyd fan but haven't heard their origins then you must give this album a listen.

1971 - Meddle

After Barrett was kicked out of the group up until The Dark Side of the Moon album the band seemed to be searching for an identity somewhat. During this period I believe that Meddle was their best album. It's most well known for epic space rock classic "Echoes." Echoes was the title of the band's recent "best of" collection to give you an idea of what the song represents in the band's career (and it's also well known for supposedly syncing up with the last segment of 2001: A Space Odyssey.) "Echoes"actually makes up the entire second half of the album. But the first half of the album is great too. Particularly the awesome opening track "One of These Days" and the beautiful "Fearless."

1973 - The Dark Side of the Moon

Some love to claim that this album is "overrated." They are wrong. Some things are just great and this is one of those things. Just because a lot of people like something doesn't mean there's necessarily something lacking in the artistry (although admittedly that is usually the case.)

This album is about as perfect as an album can get. Every second of it seems to be perfectly placed within the whole. And yet it doesn't have a labored sound to it. It manages to remain fresh and alive despite it's overwhelming perfection.

1975 - Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd was certainly at the top of their game during this period. If you do enjoy the longer instrumentals then this album's opening and closing cuts ("Shine On You Crazy Diamond") will certainly have you enjoying yourself.

But then there's the three songs in between and they are all fantastic as well. "Welcome to the Machine," "Have A Cigar," & "Wish You Were Here" are each among the band's greatest songs.

1977 - Animals

Animals, to me, isn't quite as easy to get into as the other four albums I've listed here but it definitely has it's rewards once you are able to "get it." It's got a dirtier, noisier sound than we hear on the previous three albums listed here (Piper at the Gates can't even really be compared as it's from a different world.)

Where's The Wall?

You may be asking where's The Wall? I'm not a big fan of the album actually. It's got some great songs but overall it sounds very overproduced to me. You know how I said Dark Side of the Moon doesn't sound labored to me? This does. This sounds like there was almost too much thought put into it (that's not exactly what I mean but it's hard to convey in words sometimes why something doesn't get you the way it should.)

The band's '80s output I find pretty disappointing compared to what they were doing in the '70s. I don't really listen to The Final Cut, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, or 1994's The Division Bell. They just do not hold my interest. But the five albums listed here certainly do. I highly recommend them.

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