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Eddie Money: "If You Truly Like Music, Don't Steal It."

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HOLLYWOOD, CA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jun 12, 2007 -- Rock legend Eddie Money has joined with other musicians and stars of the new teen music TV drama, "Grand Strand," in a campaign against illegal Internet filesharing of music and movies.

Studies show that more than $2 billion worth of music and more than $20 billion worth of movie content was downloaded illegally last year.

"Music piracy is illegal and extremely detrimental to all of those who make a living creating original musical works," said Money, whose new Warrior Records CD, "Wanna Go Back," was released in March. "If you truly like music, don't steal it. Support the industry by downloading your music legally."

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I like music - just not Eddie's kind...

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*downloads "Wanna Go Back" just to piss Eddie off*

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hahahahahahahhaa...we all should do --- if we cared, which i don't.

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Let's see......do I wanna listen to Eddie or shoot up with some LSD or meth....hmmmm, well......oh hell, i'll pass on both.

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hahahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: you, go, Cerebral Assassin, LMFAO over here.

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