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Let down by Copyright protection
on 10 October 2012
As with the previous reviewer's, you cannot fault this compilation on quality of track choice.
Where this compilation falls down is the ridiculous copyright protection method, so you can't actually play the last track on a computer. It plays fine until around 50% in then it just jams up your player. I even tried ripping the last track as an MP3 using dBpoweramp's "defective by design setting" and it still won't let you make a perfect copy of the last track.
Because of this annoyance I requested that Amazon sent me a replacement disc before I knew it was a copyright issue, which - surprise, surprise - had exactly the same problem. How stupid it is to stop people listening to the full CD on different playback equipment and making it impossible for people to rip their own purchased CD to their MP3 player! A complete waste of time for both Amazon and the end-user.
Maybe it's their way of making you buy another download copy just for your iPod or MP3 player.
As I previously stated, you can't fault the content, but I would now be put off buying another compilation from Light In The Attic Records.
Sort this out quickly, we're not all criminals!