[Zombies] Public Enemy remix

Levi Just quiller1 at email.com
Mon Oct 3 11:24:33 PDT 2011


Well, seeing how Public Enemy, the people who produced the music, made it available to fans, I see no moral issue. Polygram owned the rights to the music however, a legal issue. Unfortunately, in the world we live moral and legal issues don't neatly coincide.

 peace

 quiller

----- Original Message -----
From: adjust
Sent: 10/02/11 11:20 AM
To: zombies at hollyfeld.org
Subject: Re: [Zombies] Public Enemy remix

 posting links to potentially copyrighted material on a private community list. i'm not 100% on where the ownership lies with these tracks, but, it seems the intentions are clear. > I'm confused, what's the moral issue here? > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: adjust > Sent: 10/02/11 02:21 AM > To: zombies at hollyfeld.org > Subject: Re: [Zombies] Public Enemy remix > > personally i think the remix is hard to listen to given the dated nature > of it's business (repetitive rock guitar samples, etc), but here goes... > fair warning, some people might want to look the other direction while > this gets posted (or delete it from the archives), or maybe not, there > seems to be some charcoal grey area riding the moral issue here, but this > is from the discogs entry: "According to Chuck D., this album was slated > for a March '98 release, but Def Jam's parent PolyGram slept on it. It > then was released in MP3 on the Public Enemy website but the group was > forced to remove it. "Polygram/Universal or whatever the fuck they're now > called forced us to remove the MP3 version of Bring The Noise 2000," said > Chuck D. "The execs, lawyers, and accountants who lately have made most > of the money in the music biz, are now running scared from the technology > that evens out the creative field and makes artists harder to pimp. Let > em all die ... I'm glad to be a contributor to > the bomb." > http://www.discogs.com/Public-Enemy-Bring-The-Noise-2000-Vol-1/release/1441575 > and from my source "I'm presuming our dude here got a legit CD of this > thing. There you go, Public Enemy started internet piracy." Public Enemy > - Bring the Noise 2000 (Promo CD) (1998) [FLAC/320] 1. There Were More > Hype Believers Than Ever in '97 2. Welcome to the Terrordome (X-games > remix) 3. Bring the Noise 4. You're Gonna Get Yours 5. Whole Lotta Love > Going On In the Middle Of Hell 6. Don't Believe the Hype 7. How to Kill > a Radio Consultant 8. Night of the Living Baseheads 9. Cold Lampin' 10. > Move! 11. Welcome to the Terrordome 12. What Side You On? 13. Hazy Shade > of Criminal 14. Buck Whylin' 15. Yo! Bum Rush the Show 16. 911 Is A Joke > 17. Louder Than A Bomb 18. Rebel Without A Pause 19. G'Damn That DJ Made > My Day 20. Son of Public Enemy 21. Burn Hollywood Burn 22. Incident at > 66.6 FM 23. Live and Undrugged 24. She Watch Channel Zero?!?! 25. Fight > the Power 26. Mind Deep 27. Mind De > ep (Instrumental) FLAC: http://www.filesonic.com/file/1948351374 320: > http://www.filesonic.com/file/1940040614 > "bring the noise 2000" is from > 1998, so it could be jack from way back then... 1998 was the year he did > 'go cat go'. he played 'cat' for me at his > place right when he finished > it and he was crazy excited about working with > PE. i think he would > have mentioned another remix, if he in fact did one, > but maybe not. > i > just emailed him... i'll let everybody know what i find out. > On Tue, > Sep 13, 2011 at 10:09 AM, Jon Whitney <turbid at gmail.com> wrote: >> > Agreed, the remix just doesn't sound like current MBM - it sounds more > like "Edge of No Control" era... >> On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Jon > Drukman <jdrukman at gmail.com> wrote: >> > Did Jack really do that remix? > It's been around forever - originally >> it >> was >> > supposed to be on > the (aborted) Bring The Noise 2000 album. >> > > http://www.shutemdown.com/pebtn2000.htm >> > BTW - awesome album. The > version o > n that website is still 128k but >> much >> > higher quality than the > YouTube clip. >> > I guess I could ask him! >> > -jsd- >> > p.s.: the > version of Bring The Noise on that album samples my first >> 12" >> > > (trip harder). >> > On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 9:47 AM, Todd Greco > <mrballistic at gmail.com> >> wrote: >> >> does anyone have a high quality > (not 128k) version of this? >> >> t >> >> On Sep 13, 2011, at 9:29 AM, > quiller1 at email.com wrote: >> >> Chuck D and Jack take us back, way back > back into time >> >> Public Enemy - Welcome to the Terrordome (Jack > Dangers remix) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKlYQz6dJYM >> >> > _______________________________________________ >> >> Zombies mailing > list >> >> Zombies at hollyfeld.org >> >> > http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies >> >> > _______________________________________________ >> >> Zombies mailing > list >> >> Zombies at hollyfeld.org >> >> > http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies >> > > _______________________________________ > ________ >> > Zombies mailing list >> > Zombies at hollyfeld.org >> > > http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies >> > _______________________________________________ >> Zombies mailing list > >> Zombies at hollyfeld.org >> > http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies > > _______________________________________________ > Zombies mailing list > > Zombies at hollyfeld.org > http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies > _______________________________________________ Zombies mailing list > Zombies at hollyfeld.org http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies > _______________________________________________ > Zombies mailing list > Zombies at hollyfeld.org > http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies > _______________________________________________ Zombies mailing list Zombies at hollyfeld.org http://www.hollyfeld.org/mailman/listinfo/zombies
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