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Kill Bill tune download

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Sick Note, Feb 8, 2003.

  1. Sick Note

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    Found the awesome tune playing on the Kill Bill trailer.:smashin:
    Download it here http://www.superhappyfun.com/birthday

    Look for the link at the bottom of the page .
    It´s a slightly different mix but kicks all the same :clap:

    Enjoy
     
  2. raigraphixs

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    Hi,

    What sound format is the file in?, downloaded it to Mac osx, has not file extension on it!.


    ta

    rai
     
  3. Kirk

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    Its an ZIP file containing an MP3 file me ole chuckle bunny. :hiya:
     
  4. Peter Webb

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    Is anyone able to download and save the trailer from the Apple website?.I have tried a couple of times and it replays ok until I close my browser.If I then reopen the web browser and try to play it ,I have to redownload the whole thing again.

    Also,unable to find the quicktime movie file in the temp folder after download.Has this been deliberately done by Miramax/Apple
    to stop copying?
     
  5. Sick Note

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    You need Quicktime 5 or 6 pro which then allows you to save the file. Costs about 20 dollars. but check Kaaza, Imesh or emule etc first;)
     
  6. Peter Webb

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    Thanks for the info Sicknote!
     
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    Top link:clap:

    This film can't come soon enough

    Paul
     

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