Discussion in 'News' started by Joe, Apr 13, 2011.
This is amazing mate, so incredibly good, thanks for the share!
Thank you so much for this. Awesome work, really appreciated!!
Wow. Great job. I don't like much of Linkin Park's older music but I remember hearing the Xero rips and they sounded like garbage. Now, they sound clear and really quite good. I don't know how you did it, but, you touched magic upon these old tapes. Once again: great job.
Actually, I didn't use magic. I used a new kind of Pixie Dust that I found a couple months ago. It's quite expensive, but well worth it.
O.O..... This thread almost has 4,000 views.....
I downloaded this tonight and it sounds awesome. Thank you so much.
Sounds great dude. Got me listening to Xero after a long time!
Same here. Great job dude.
And the downloads are even more then that. We checked the other day. It's over 6,000.
Wait, is that even possible? XD how does that even happen?! XD
When we leaked Remember The Name a few years ago, we actually got so many downloads that it destroyed our bandwidth. I think it actually ate up several gigs.
You guys must have INSANE bandwidth costs.
It's almost over..... 9000!
100+ dollars a month, but with that we basically have 1TB of bandwidth. We're full of pwn.
Wow... Does most of that come out of pocket, or do donations cover most of it?
Btw, I did the math for the Xero downloads and that adds up to a whopping 138GB this month... O.O
If anyone would like a slightly Revised version of Reading My Eyes, let me know. I'm too lazy to make a full thread for it, so just message me if you want it. All I did was remove a little filtering from the intro. I know it wasn't necessary (it was actually completely pointless), but I made it anyway. Lemme know if you'd like it.
90% comes straight out of pocket. That's why we beg for donations.
Wow... That's dedication if I've ever seen it. Most websites would make up for that by spamming the s*** outta their site with Google Ads, but you guys don't do that. And that's why you get +15 Respect Points.
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