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Sunday, December 20, 2009

Rudimentary Peni - Cacophony LP


skin666 said...

Excellent post mate. I was just thinking about this the other day. It's amazing how nearly 20 years can make a difference coz I hated this when it came out, as it's quite a departure from the Peni we knew and loved. Cool blog too by the way...

Anonymous said...

I love your blog - some fantastic soundtrack and spoken word stuff here. Really enjoying all the Lovecraft posts. Please could you reup this one, as it sounds rather interesting...

Southern Records said...

You do not have our permission to distribute our copyrighted work for free. Please remove the audio files from Sharebee and the artwork from Blogger immediately.

For the record, it's bullshit to hide behind a "if you don't like it, just ask and we'll stop" disclaimer. How about we go to your bank and take your money out, and when you figure out that it's missing, just ask us and we'll stop?

The correct and fair thing to do would be to ask first. We're not hard to contact.

It's also interesting that you claim a copyright on the content of your site, perhaps because you expect people to respect that. But you don't respect our copyright.

Rudimentary Peni
Southern Records