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Sunday, November 19, 2006

Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death

Sorry for the long hiatus of my posting, but first semester finals are over and done with, so I'll be able to post more now.
My first post in almost 2 months is the incredible IRON MAIDEN's new album, A Matter Of Life and Death. Although not containing any immediate classics, it is, overall, a strong album. With most songs clocking in at over five minutes long, don't expect to hear any of it played on the radio.
Last time I used Badongo to upload, I got complaints, so let me know if anyone's got a problem with AxiFile.
part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 5
part 6
part 7
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Anonymous Anonymous said...


Great new Maiden album indeed!
Many thanks for sharing this little gem. Don't worry about Axifile, works fine for me. Maybe not as fast as RS, but at least they don't let ya wait for some 60 odd minutes before downloading a second file.
Keep up the good work!

11/20/2006 11:09:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Axifile is indeed better than others, but it has the silly behaviour to block the
countdown when you have a program running that block scripts. And the real bad thing
that you need to enable ALL scripts from everywhere around, not only the script running
on the axifile server itself ... so Axifile is a no-go for me.

Nevertheless thanks for the effort

12/12/2006 09:41:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Wow. Talk about paranoia!
You've been reading too many of those press releases that are paiy the so called 'antivirus' corporations!
I will gladly share the knowledge with you that allowing a script or even three to run on such a webpage will not wreck or ruin or even damage your PC.
If you are not downloading from there due to the fear of some hyped up 'SPYWARE! or VIRUS! or MALWARE! ETC ETC ETC!!' then please, do not worry so much.
Why not just get the programs you need to protect, incase you ever did face a risk?
Anyway axifile is NOT a risk!
I hope you reconsider.
Remember: A few ads or a popup window does NOT constitute any threat or wrong-doing to your PC or security!

12/12/2006 06:52:00 pm  
Blogger alvega said... works just fine in firefox.
You just open the link on a new tab (Ctrl + click) and forget about it, the java popup announcing that the link is ready for you will turn that tab into the active one some 30 seconds later...

As for the 'script paranoid', any and every webpage written with a little complexity will need to execute scripts in order to display correctly... my bank's online page sure does..

Just get over it and install 3 free apps that'll protect you 'anal-proof':
Spybot Search&Destroy, Spyware Blaster and SpywareGuard (here, here, and here). Keep them up to date, run them as often as you please and surf everywhere no worries.

12/13/2006 04:48:00 am  

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