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What replaces audiogalaxy

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by Setenza, Aug 30, 2002.

  1. Setenza

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    Now that Audiogalaxy is defunct, what service would you recommend for the widest choice of music. Kazzaa is very limited IMHO.
     
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    Bear Share? I seem to find what I'm after, usually, and I look for some WEIRD stuff :)
     
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    My house mate is using win mx at the momment, he says it is alright but doesnt have the content of audio galaxy.
     
  4. Setenza

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    It's the variety of content that I'm after. Tried Win MX and had issues with it performing behind my firewall (and I can't ask the network administrator for help co's I am the network administrator).
     
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    I got a fair few programs on my computer: KaZaA, Morpheus, Win MX, iMesh, LimeWire etc.

    But the best has got to be Blubster.

    Its fast, has many 'propper' versions of the files, and a large number of AG users swapped over to Blubster.

    IMO I would stay clear of KaZaA, Morpheus etc, as many viruses tend to circulate through them frequently - you here of new ones every week. Also Blubster doesn't have the connection problems like most of the others
     
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