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  posted on 4/2/2006 at 12:15 PM
Well after a phone call with the guys at Music Now (or whatever it's called) I not only got the song I forgot to download from 12/30/05 but figured out how to download Mule Tracks easily and quickly. I have, therefore, now purchased all three of the Woody era classic mule tracks and they are all AWESOME!!! I highly recommend it to everyone!

Doug

 

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  posted on 4/2/2006 at 07:06 PM
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Well after a phone call with the guys at Music Now (or whatever it's called) I not only got the song I forgot to download from 12/30/05 but figured out how to download Mule Tracks easily and quickly. I have, therefore, now purchased all three of the Woody era classic mule tracks and they are all AWESOME!!! I highly recommend it to everyone!

Doug




Very nice! I've had my eye on the Sisko's on the Blvd. show. I heard the sample on mule.net and will buy it soon... For other Woody-era shows, I have the Mama Kin show (9/18/98) and it is top notch!

 

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  posted on 4/2/2006 at 09:57 PM
Well, what did you figure out?

I use Mozilla as my internet browser and it is a big pain to use Music Today for downloads. I have to download each song separately. And because my Internet Explorer is so old and not updated at this point, I can't even use that just to download a show. I think it is totally ridicules that MT doesn't support Mozilla and its totally archaic that MT doesn't use an easier interface for downloads. I can download four and five shows at a time with bit tornado, but I can get frustrated and annoyed for 15 bucks a pop. Downloading Mule Tracks just doesn't seem worth the time and frustration unless it is a show that I must have. And though there are very few must haves in the world, there are a few more shows I would like to buy but I don't want to get annoyed so I avoid the task.

Not only that Music Today doesn't even support Mozilla well when using their basket to purchase other items. I can't even sign in to the site for Mule and for other artists many, many times. Music Today needs to invest in its infrastructure or it won't be worth a darn in a few years.

 

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  posted on 4/3/2006 at 12:00 AM
Ang it's not just music today. It's nugs.net downloader that won't support the browser. Also, most Windows updates have to be installed using IE. You can download Mule Tracks from Firefox if you do it two or three tracks at a time. You have to download manually, in other words.

 

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  posted on 4/3/2006 at 02:35 PM
I just got an automated response from them concerning my downloads problem. They didn't even bother to read my message b/c I said I was using IE and I told them what the problems was and they send me a flipping automated message.

Don't worry I told them that it ticked me off.

 

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  posted on 4/3/2006 at 11:28 PM
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Well, what did you figure out?

I use Mozilla as my internet browser and it is a big pain to use Music Today for downloads. I have to download each song separately. And because my Internet Explorer is so old and not updated at this point, I can't even use that just to download a show. I think it is totally ridicules that MT doesn't support Mozilla and its totally archaic that MT doesn't use an easier interface for downloads. I can download four and five shows at a time with bit tornado, but I can get frustrated and annoyed for 15 bucks a pop. Downloading Mule Tracks just doesn't seem worth the time and frustration unless it is a show that I must have. And though there are very few must haves in the world, there are a few more shows I would like to buy but I don't want to get annoyed so I avoid the task.

Not only that Music Today doesn't even support Mozilla well when using their basket to purchase other items. I can't even sign in to the site for Mule and for other artists many, many times. Music Today needs to invest in its infrastructure or it won't be worth a darn in a few years.


I used the most updated Internet Explorer and shut down my firewall. Then I was able to download the whole thing at once. I recommend you give them a call. The download guy was really nice and helpful. Still, it would be nice if it was as easy as MusicMatch.

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  posted on 4/4/2006 at 08:55 AM
I used the most updated Internet Explorer and shut down my firewall. Then I was able to download the whole thing at once. I recommend you give them a call. The download guy was really nice and helpful. Still, it would be nice if it was as easy as MusicMatch. Doug>>>>

Yeah I guess that is one way to approach it but I think they need to invest in the infrastructure and I don't see that happening.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2006 at 03:33 PM
I have a number of mule tracks and have used firefox to DL'd them... it really doesn't bother me personally but definitely make your feelings known... if I could only use IE then I would do w/o mule tracks... It sounds harsh but I give mule alot of support anyway... MS definitely is only getting my support when they deserve it... IE doesn't follow web standards so eff em...

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  posted on 4/27/2006 at 06:09 PM
Anyone know what FLAC 15KBPS means? I wanted to get 4/18/06, but my
choices are mp3 128kbps and FLAC 15KBPS. I think it should say FLAC lossless.
Hopefully this is a typo.

 

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  posted on 4/28/2006 at 12:18 PM
Hi jerseydevil, Go for the FLAC, if you go for the mp3 you get those annoying 2 second gaps between songs. It will be worth paying the extra $.
 
 


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